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How To Turn Your Studio Into A Six-Figure Home Studio

Brian Hood, December 2019 

Here's the brutal truth about running a home studio:

Every single year, there are more and more people starting home studios. 

Every single year, that 14 year old kid who grew up using FL Studio is getting better and better at making music. 

Every single year, it's going to get more and more difficult to run a successful recording studio. 

With all this competition out there, what are you supposed to do?

Buy more gear than your competition? 

Spend more money on marketing than your competition? 

Network more than your competition?

Put out higher-quality work than your competition? 

"Forget making six figures...can the average home studio even make enough to survive now?"

The answer is yes. Absolutely. 

However, you have to approach your business the right way.

If you're serious about making a full-time living from your studio, you need to understand the whole picture. 

Otherwise, you're trying to "build a house without blueprints". Good luck with that. 

Well today I'm going to show you a framework that is going to (hopefully) help you discover where you’re falling short so you can prioritize your improvement efforts.

It's called The Home Studio Business Hierarchy, and it's exactly what helped my studio go from $29,865 in 2009 to my first six-figure year in 2014 (and every year since):

The best part? Any studio at any level can follow this framework.

Each of the 7 levels in this hierarchy takes hard work to master, but it's not complicated.

Following The Home Studio Business Hierarchy is one of the fastest ways to find and fix the weakest link in your business so you can  grow your income quickly. 

If you want to get access to this framework (including an in-depth breakdown of 7 levels of The Home Studio Business Hierarchy), just enter your email address below and I’ll send it over.

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