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The podcast about all things business for music teachers and studio owners. Learn how to brand, market, and grow your music studio. Hear stories of creative music teachers who are taking on other cool entrepreneurial projects. Get answers to your self-employment questions from experts. Hosted by entrepreneur, business coach, and piano teacher, Andrea Miller.
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I’m in the process of revamping my podcast. I’ll be releasing new episodes by the end of February 2024. Jammie Hampton is a wife, mom, stepmom, performer, singer, private voice & piano teacher, trauma survivor and lover of life. This podcast is about music, specifically the voice. I’ll be talking about singing. I’ll be talking about challenges we have as singers such as, breath, phrasing, singing louder, stronger & higher! Welcome! It’s nice to meet you!
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Alley Music Studio

Ryan LaRose

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We are a local recording studio in Alpine, Wyoming. We are going to be talking about every genre of music especially local artists and artists that want to be heard. We are here to talk about anything that pertains to Music from past musical history to current modern day music.
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Music Studio Live

Music Studio Live

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Music Studio Live is a podcast available in both video and audio formats. It was created by drummer/producer Darrell Nutt and recorded at Defmedia, his studio in Southwest Florida. Darrell’s co-host is singer/songwriter Sarah Hadeka and together they interview Music Artists, Songwriters, Producers, and people from the music industry. They play live music together in the studio and chat about the state of music, performing, songwriting, and life.
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Soul Flow Studios Music hour

Jeremy Boniello

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This show highlights my friend's Music in the Hudson Valley and beyond. It's an opportunity for me to get to know the people that I work with all the time but never get to sit down and have a real conversation. I really want to get to know everyone and see if we can change the world together with our music. Live music, interviews, comedy, drama, and love. Please explore this amazing journey with me. Stay tuned, stay true. I love you. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/s ...
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This is JTapes audio podcast hosted by a group of audio engineers from Chicago sharing their experiences and insight on current hot topics within the music industry and studio technology. We regularly feature the recording artists we work with and our interns. Listen to House, Cruz & Ksenia weekly!
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My conversation today is the second in a set of two interviews from first-time parents talking about how they planned for parental leave. In both, the episode with Renee Shaw Nutwell and today’s episode with Jeremy Eikenberry, we talk about the goals these teachers had for their students and studios during their leave, how they attempted to plan fo…
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Sharing music as I travel is kind of my thing 🙏🏿 Taco Tuesday is a warm up for my one-off set in South Dakota this year. If you happen to be in striking distance of Hot Springs South Dakota Tuesday May 14th I will be spinning at the space from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. and if you can't be there I hope you enjoy this warm up mix 🖖🏿 Movement required Costume…
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Summary It’s time for another quarterly check-in! Today I’m joined by Cindy Hsu, Director of Partnerships and Business Development at Music Studio Startup and we’re talking about our (very full!) Q1 and what we’re looking forward to in Q2. A full transcript and resources from this episode can be found at MusicStudioStartup.com/episode146. A full tr…
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Today we’re talking about all things non-profit management. My guest, Erin Parkes, founder of the Lotus Centre shares so many insights from her experiences working with a board of directors, crafting effective messaging for different stakeholders, managing a budget, and even dealing with burnout. All while keeping the mission of her organization fr…
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With the MTNA conference in March, I guess you could say I’ve been on a conference kick. We talked about Networking with Stephanie Bonte-Lebair in Episode 141, I shared my takeaways from MTNA in Episode 142, and then last week I did a live Networking Debrief workshop with a group of teachers and, together, we went through our own lists of people we…
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Today I’m joined by Jennifer Foxx, a teacher who has been blogging and creating curriculum and resources for music teachers for over a decade. In our conversation, we talk about how she took the simplest route at first and started her business on Teachers Pay Teachers and has since strengthened her business by investing in platforms she owns, like …
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Last week I was at the MTNA National conference in Atlanta. Georgia. It was a whirlwind - as conferences usually are - and I think I’m still absorbing everything. I wanted to go over three things today: first - some personal reflections from MTNA, second - I want to share some of my business takeaways, and third - I want to invite you to a workshop…
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Taking some time to heal in Minneapolis. To make healing complete, there has to be music. The first of mixes to from the Powderhorn park area. Another traveling stop of the Dive House Studio. Still finding my flow, however good energy and some transitions that are pretty good. If I do say so myself:) Give it a listen and... #3 0F ? GIVE THANKS…
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What does singing pure vowels mean? How do I do it? In this episode I give a brief introduction on how to do it! I use the piece, "I Know that My Redeemer Lives" from the Messiah to explain how consonants should be used in the pure vowel space and NOT take you out of your resonance. Questions? DM me! I'm on all the socials :) Check out my singing c…
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In my original interview with Stephanie, she talked about the role business networking played in the marketing of her business and she talked about it with such intentionality that I knew I wanted to learn more. So today we’re talking about everything, from how to choose events to network at, how to prepare, how Stephanie makes the most of her time…
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Have your directors been lying to you? Maybe, not exactly…In this episode, I talk about one of the biggest myths in singing! The Diaphragm! How do we sing from it or with it? I explain how it actually works and how you can use it! Technically, it's not something you can actually do! Don't worry, just listen ;) I got your back! Check out my singing …
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Taking some time to heal in Minneapolis. To make healing complete, there has to be music. The first of mixes to from the Powderhorn park area. Another traveling stop of the Dive House Studio. Still finding my flow, however good energy and some transitions that are pretty good. If I do say so myself:) Give it a listen and tell me what you think. Giv…
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Today’s conversation with Stephanie Bonte-Lebair is a rebroadcast of an early episode of Music Studio Startup that has always been a fan favorite. Stephanie is a classically-trained opera singer turned voice/presentation/sales coach. This interview blurs the line between an entrepreneurial music teacher sharing the evolution of her voice studio and…
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The Blame Game...why do we play it? One of my greatest teachers is not only music but also The Witch (from next door), from Into The Woods. This musical teaches us so many things about human nature. Hands down, it's one of my all time favorite shows. The music is incredible, the characters are familiar and the stories we learn from are irreplaceabl…
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Today’s episode is more of a public service announcement for studio owners who have businesses that are registered in the US. On January 1, a new reporting requirement from the US Treasury Department went into effect and it might impact you. I’m talking about the Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting rule or BOI Reporting requirement from the …
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In this episode I talk about placement. I explain what it means and how to use words and consonants to your advantage while singing in your Chest Voice. I hope you sing with me a little and think about ways you can use this technique. Check out my singing course... jammiehampton.podia.com 15% off foot cream https://nskn.co/rU59a2 15% off the Lumi S…
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With the turn of the calendar, many of us are closing the fiscal years for our businesses and wrapping up our bookkeeping for the year in anticipation of the tax season ahead. I am a HUGE fan of a low-stress tax season and the way to accomplish that is to get started early and tackle one step at a time. Which is why I invited back to the podcast, A…
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This episode is all about comparing yourself! I think it's great for everyone to listen to, not just those in music or arts. It's so easy to get in our heads and STAY THERE! Get out of there and only compare yourself to your previous self. I hope you enjoy this episode. Talk soon... Check out my singing course... jammiehampton.podia.com 15% off foo…
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As an artist moving to & thru New Horizons, I forget why I'm considered an artist in the first place. 🤔 This is the first mix Ive put together since returning to Northern Minnesota, being in the hospital & getting on dialysis. As some of you know its been a strange time. Just a bit of music to say Thank You to All who have supported! From my point …
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Hey! Long time no talk to!!! I hope you're well! In this episode I explain the direction of the podcast. You may have noticed that I've changed the artwork and the name. But not to fear, I will still be offering great content. I hope you join me as we dive into music, singing, vocal technique, song lyrics, singers, bands and what makes us love it s…
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I mentioned before that we will, again, be holding our studio launch grant competition this year! This grant is to help new or new-ish independent teachers launch their studios. It’s one of my favorite things that we do and it’s been so neat to see the impact the grant has on getting these studios off to a strong start. Today I’m talking to our las…
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It’s time for another quarterly check-in! Today I’m joined by Amy Chaplin, a fellow piano teacher and productivity nerd. Since it’s January, this review takes more of an annual review perspective as we look back on 2023 and look forward to 2024. I was looking forward to this conversation with Amy because I wanted an excuse to talk about apps and to…
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Today I’m sharing part two of a two-part episode with my guest, Tony Parlapiano. Teaching piano has taken many forms over the years for Tony. From being a travel piano teacher and teaching students homes, to teaching online during the pandemic and then sticking with it afterward, to the studio we’re going to hear about today, that more closely rese…
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Today I’m sharing part one of a two-part episode with a guest you’ve heard from before. Teaching piano has taken many forms over the years for today’s guest, Tony Parlapiano. From being a travel piano teacher and teaching students homes, to teaching online during the pandemic and then sticking with it afterward, to the studio we’re going to hear ab…
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The first quarter of the MSS Hub Mastermind program starts in just a few weeks. So if you’ve been curious about joining, now is a great time to get plugged in and start your year off strong! Today I’m talking with my guest about her journey from book idea to selling the first 1000 copies. We talk about how she tried to publish through a traditional…
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Happy new year! Today I've got a quick announcement about a live event we're holding TOMORROW morning (Thursday, January 4) as a kickoff to 2024. A bunch of you have already responded to the email about this event and registered, so I know it’s going to be a fantastic group. In tomorrow's kickoff we'll talk through some of the questions I use to re…
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Most teachers agree that one of the greatest indicators of whether or not a student will progress in music is not their innate talent. It all comes down to practicing. Today's musician entrepreneur, Christopher Maloney, realized that there was a gap in where his adults were and where they wanted to be in their musical skills and that gap could only…
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Today I have a return guest on the podcast! I did a two-part interview with Thomas Grayston, the developer behind the NoteRush note-reading app in episodes 021 and 022. In those episodes, we talked about how he turned NoteRush from a side project to a full-time gig and then we talked about the first steps a teacher might take if they have an app id…
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Today, I’m deviating from our usual interview format to discuss a challenge that I’m sure all of us have experienced at one point or another and is especially common this time of year—managing life when it becomes overwhelmingly full. In this episode I break down the process and strategies I follow in my own life to get through these times and calm…
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