This is another guest post from Nick Lewis of Brighton Mastering. It’s a followup to his previous guest post Making Money from Your Home Studio.
So, you’ve been sitting at home making tunes for a while, you think you’re pretty good at it and see no reason why you shouldn’t start charging other people for your work. After all, you can provide a service to people who can’t do it for themselves.
But how do you go about getting clients? There’s no fixed answer, but here are a few pointers. (more…)
Someone asked me the other day how to go about promoting his home studio. He said he knew what gear to get and how to use it all, but wanted to know how to get his name out there and spread the word.
This is a great question. After all, who cares if you have a nice home studio if you don’t have any musicians to record!
In response to his question, I’ve come up with 10 ways to promote your home studio.