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Working Class Audio goes beyond typical interview podcasts and asks practical questions, everything from business practices to financial advice to finding the right work/life balance. If you’re looking for info on what it’s really like working in the pro audio industry, Working Class Audio is the podcast for you. WCA doesn’t just concentrate on the elite of the recording world but instead interviews a combination of known and unknown engineers.
 
A music business show made for artists who are looking for clear information, inspiration, and application for their careers. Ideas are broken down into steps that musicians can use to advance their career. The show is written and hosted by Simon Tam, an industry professional who is the founder of The Slants Foundation, author of multiple books, and longtime mentor/speaker at SXSW, the DIY Musician Conference, and other major events.
 
Chris G. has been in the Music Business since 2006 as a concert promoter, artist manager, and booking agent. “Making It” is not about being on top of the charts, winning mainstream awards, or having millions of social media followers. Though those things are nice, that’s a very small percentage of the industry. “Making It” is about having conversations with people that do what they love full time, instead of being stuck with a career they hate. Throughout his journey, Chris has met many insp ...
 
Tina Bangel is a Vocal Coach, Singer & Songwriter. One Voice can change the world was created to share inspiring stories from people making a difference in the music industry and in the world today. Incredible Voices who will give you the tools & tips to help you become a performer you will be proud of. Bringing your lifestyle and music business to the next level.
 
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.
 
Finn McKenty interviews people who are making a living doing something they love: from musicians to filmmakers, designers, visual artists, engineers, athletes, business owners, writers - anybody who has turned their passion into their career. The goal is always to pull out and of the big ideas that will help you quit your day job-- or if you're already doing what you love, help you level up your game, grow your business and make your life even more awesome. If you are a creator or entreprene ...
 
Singer, Songwriter and Producer L.Ariel interviews talented, creative individuals from all facets of the music industry about their exciting careers. From musicians to marketers to managers and more, the movers and shakers who work in music today discuss their musical passions, their career trajectories, and share advice, insight and outlook about the ever-changing landscape of the music business. Whether you're just starting your music career or actively seeking a job in the music industry, ...
 
Professional musician and educator Demian Arriaga created these 12-15min podcasts with the purpose of Motivating, Inspiring, Challenging, and Empowering young musicians, and people from all walks of life, through opinions, anecdotes and interviews. Some of his credits include: The Jonas Brothers, Richie Kotzen, Gary Cherone, Nick Jonas, Iggy Azalea, Streetlight Manifesto, Yordano, Victoria Justice and Cobra Starship among others. Demian proudly endorses: Zildjian, Vater, Ultimate Ears, Latin ...
 
The music business is in serious trouble. Or is it? There are endless opinions on the subject. Some people think the music business is done, that Elvis has left the building permanently, pushed out a 10th floor window by the internet. Others believe that technology has brought about a state of democracy that has levelled the playing field. So who's right? That depends on your perspective. On "How To Fix The Music Business", people from all sides of the music industry share their perspectives ...
 
Screw The Record Label is a podcast for musicians. Are you a musician ready to learn how to make money in your music business without a record label? I'm here to help you get to the next level in your business so you can reach more people with your music. You will learn the latest social media strategies, how to launch your albums, tech tips and tools, and you will hear expert interviews from some of your favorite musicians. I'll help you navigate this new stage and give you the tools necess ...
 
In this Innovating Music podcast, we talk about disruptive technologies in music. Hosted by Gigi Johnson and produced by the UCLA Center for Music Innovation at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, we bring together unique voices from inside and outside of the music industry. As Kevin Kelly has been quoted to say, “The Future is Already Here -- It’s just not evenly distributed.” Join us here to see where the future may already have landed.
 
Guitar Goddess is devoted to incredible female guitar players from all over the world. We feature the latest news, interviews, concert dates and industry events about, and for, female guitarists from as far away as, the U.K. Japan, Sweden and Australia to Canada and the U.S. Here you’ll find female guitarists covering all music genres from folk, classical, jazz and bluegrass to rock and country. Guitar Goddess.com was launched in 1995 to honor the women who have the courage, determination, a ...
 
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Flute 360 | Episode 132: “How to Be a More Expressive Flutist with Steve Kujala!” (1:28:00) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Stephen Kujala who is a recording artist, flutist, and educator. Steve shares in great detail how we, as musicians, can play with more expression. Some discussion highlights are of his performing career, his time in the r…
 
Roblox’s Global Head of Music John Vlassopulos talks to Dmitri about how audio is playing a key role in the “imagination time” of the wildly popular Roblox gaming and world building platform. He and the Roblox team see themselves as “firestarters,” those who provide the basic ideas and code and then see what people create. As music performances por…
 
Business, company and band social media accounts (mostly) suck! Instead, focus on your personal social accounts. Follow The Punk Rock MBA on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Follow Finn McKenty on Instagram. Check out Finn's social media coaching program. Sign up for the PRMBA Newsletter. PRMBA Merch Produced and edited by Deanna Chapman. Support Th…
 
Scott Fetters, the CEO of incubator and media/tech makerspace 2112, talks about the thrill of uniting a wide swath of Chicago’s creative minds and startup stars under one roof--and how COVID helped them find new possibilities and partners. What started as a rehearsal space has turned into a media and culture production powerhouse, uniting fragmente…
 
Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve been talking about fiscal sponsorship as a way of launching a foundation or community-oriented project without having to set up an official non-profit organization. Today we’re shifting gears and I’m interviewing the executive director of a more traditional 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. This foundation has …
 
Flute 360 | Bonus Episode: “The Podcasting Musician: Create Your Music Podcast on a Low Budget to Amplify Your Voice & Offerings!” (29:54) Bonus episode! Listen to today’s episode where Heidi and Eric talk about their upcoming November class! This class is a unique opportunity to learn from two musicians who have been in the field for over five yea…
 
Born and raised in New Hartford, New York and now residing in Buffalo, New York, Stephen Babcock feels that he's found his place. With the current COVID circumstance that many deal with, Stephen is taking the hand that he's dealt and taking it to his music. Working toward a larger project he's released "Notting Hill" based on the rescheduling of hi…
 
Finn chats with Tuck O'Leary about Fit For A King and FeaturedX. They dive into dealing with COVID, finding the right manager and team, what FeaturedX is all about, and more. Follow Tuck O'Leary on Instagram. Follow The Punk Rock MBA on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Follow Finn McKenty on Instagram. Check out Finn's social media coaching program.…
 
My guest today is Anne-Marie Pleau, who is an engineer and theatrical sound designer. And you might recognize her name because she just so happens to be the editor of the Working Class Audio Podcast. That's right. So every time I do an interview, I ship it right on over to Anne-Marie. She does her round of magic. She sends it back to me, and I asse…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 131: “How to Be a More Expressive Flutist with Don Bailey!” (58:00) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Don Bailey who is a flutist and teacher based in Dallas, Texas. Don is a special guest because he was Heidi’s teacher from 2014-2015 to prepare her for the D.M.A. auditions. Due to his innate expressive abilities, it only fel…
 
How do we keep showing up and continuing our practices when we don't get the immediate results and outcomes we want? Kylie Schmitz is a performance coach with Lappin 180 who coaches sales professionals across the U.S. to stop selling. Kiley also co-hosts the Breaking Sales podcast. In this episode, we're shifting focus from outcomes and results to …
 
Finn joins Input Doc from Clyde Golden to discuss building a personal brand. He sits down with Tim Yeadon to talk about how he brands himself, how he looks at competition, and more. Check out Input Doc. Follow The Punk Rock MBA on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Follow Finn McKenty on Instagram. Check out Finn's social media coaching program. Sign …
 
The pandemic has accelerated everything tech by three years. On this episode, music tech veteran and CEO Darryl Ballantyne of LyricFind scans the horizon with host Dmitri Vietze on all things music tech. The two tackle music tech investment, borderless music engagement, monetizing fandom, livestreaming, mixed reality, fitness, and more; all themes …
 
Now that there are so many paths to music, it can be overwhelming for artists, labels, and managers to bring everything back together, On this podcast Linkfire's Lars Ettrup and Andrea Arcari put forth a vision for how artists and their teams can get in front of the dispersal of their connection to fans while still helping music streaming services …
 
In last week’s episode, we got a great introduction to the concept of fiscal sponsorship from the San Francisco Study Center. Today, I’m talking to a world-renowned bass player, Terry Miller, who has used the fiscal sponsorship model to start a foundation that brings music to kids, both locally and globally. Terry is joined by the head of the board…
 
What has been emerging in music listening since the lockdown? How are music services weaving together streaming, radio, news, podcasts and ads in the emerging streaming marketplace? Super Hi-Fi's Zack Zalon is back as we dissect possible paths the listening experience can take. He echoes Daniel Ek's statement that radio's $18 billion in ad revenue …
 
Terry McBride in his growing up years was one of the most sought-after bass players in the local Austin music scene. After auditioning in his father's band, his career was proven more so with other Texas collaborations like Lee Roy Parnell, Bill Carter and the Blame, Jimmy Dale Gilmore, Johnny Duncan, Rosie Flores, and Delbert McClinton would soon …
 
My guest today is Joyce Lieberman. Joyce has been working at WHYY in Philadelphia for the last 44 years, starting in 1976. She worked for 11 years as a Technician, 11 years as a Technical Director of Fresh Air, and 22 years as a Radio Engineering Supervisor. Joyce and I met at a dinner in Los Angeles four or five years ago. I discovered that she wo…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 130: “How to Be a More Expressive Flutist with Dr. Lisa Garner Santa!” (1:32:00) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Dr. Lisa Garner Santa about how we can be more expressive through our music-making! Dr. Garner discusses her music background, her pedagogical approach to playing more expressively, and how the practice of yoga i…
 
Inspired by the comments on my video about Hayley Williams of Paramore and Dead Kennedys lyrics about cops, jocks and MTV, I touch on a very important concept in psychology: locus of control! Follow The Punk Rock MBA on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Follow Finn McKenty on Instagram. Check out Finn's social media coaching program. Sign up for the …
 
AdRev CEO Noah Becker has a message for the world: stop using music in your videos and social media content without valuing it. He believes that the world needs mass education of video creators about why songwriters and recording artists should share in the revenue influencers are making from sponsored posts and brand deals. He calls on social plat…
 
When it comes to the 2020 Election, many are saying this is the most important election of our lives. I agree with that statement, but for completely different reasons. Most make it all about Donald Trump and getting him out of the white house, when really, what makes this election so important is our Liberty is at stake. Something nobody in mainst…
 
Ben and Emily of Carolina Story first met in Memphis, TN. The Arkansas and South Dakota natives took a chance on a start-up school program, but more importantly, they started their relationship as they were forming the band. They admit it was never easy from the beginning. Ben shares the financial and emotional woes of writing in Nashville when the…
 
I often hear from music teachers who have aspirations to start nonprofit organizations or to have a non-profit component of their music schools. Their ideas are noble and awesome, but sometimes they never get very far off the ground because of the complexities that come with starting and maintaining an official tax-exempt organization, or 501(c)3, …
 
Do you own your fan data, or do you rent it? Michael Bassal of Tradable Bits, a Music Tectonics Conference speaker & sponsor, digs into how fan-based marketing really works. Find out how the company puts data into human context to help artists, sports teams, festivals, and more understand who their fans are across platforms. Learn how Tradable Bits…
 
Kansas City native Nathan Ellis joined the pioneering experimental outfit Coalesce in the late 90's, as they made a name across the globe for intricate dynamics partnered with the fervency of hardcore punk and a live show that bordered on chaos. He later formed The Casket Lottery with more dialed-in, yet equally engaging songwriting, pointing to ar…
 
Finn McKenty joins Eyal Levi on the URM Podcast with Jesse Cannon and Johnny Minardi. The guys dive deep into how bands are handling quarantine, knowing where to apply your energy and effort, and much more. Listen to the URM Podcast. Follow The Punk Rock MBA on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Follow Finn McKenty on Instagram. Check out Finn's socia…
 
Public speaking can be a crippling fear. I wonder how many of us it keeps from really reaching our full potential. I've had to get a handle on my own fears around speaking and performing in public. I'm still a bundle of nerves before I hit the stage and it doesn't matter if it's a speaking gig or I'm playing music. Joining Toastmasters helped me si…
 
My guest today is Steve Baughman, also known as Steve B. Steve has worked with Dr. Dre, No Doubt, Michael Jackson, and Eminem as well as several others. And his credits include recording, mixing, mastering, and production on a wide array of projects that stretch from big-band jazz to rock, to hip hop, Steve Baughman, coming up here on the Working C…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 129: “How to Be a More Expressive Flutist with Rachel Mellis!” (1:28:56) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Rachel Mellis about how we as musicians can expressive ourselves more freely through our instruments! We dive-into topics such as imposter syndrome, confidence, sound exploration, and much more! Listen to Rachel’s signif…
 
Beth McKee is a true southern girl having been influenced by some of the Southeast’s best musicians and styles starting in Jackson, MS to Austin, TX to New Orleans, LA, and spending lots of time in the Appalachian Mountain in North Carolina. She’s a Singer-Songwriter, Touring Musician, and Founder of the Swamp Sistas an organization which is a gras…
 
Dan Mackta of luxury music streaming and download service Qobuz explains why hi-res audio is an important piece of the music revenue equation. Dmitri and Dan explore the dynamics of the music-loving audiophile market. On this episode find how a higher-end tier in music listening creates value for the entire music industry. Dan draws on his many yea…
 
Today I’m talking to the owner of a music school in the Boston area who started by teaching guitar out of her spare bedroom and now has a school with three commercial locations and a staff of over 30 teachers serving more than 500 students. We talk a lot about finances in the conversation. More specifically, how Lauren decided when to bootstrap and…
 
Eloise Alterman is one of the freshest voices from Big Yellow Dog Music (Maren Morris, Tenille Townes, Meghan Trainor, to name a few). Originally hailing from Detroit, Eloise made the journey to Nashville with the intention of an artist's career. Something that many don't do from her home town, she went against the grain and instead of college. She…
 
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