I want you to fall in love. In love with recording audio interviews. And I'm going to tell you if you want to make money doing something you love, you should do audio interviews. With Audio Interviews you can package them and sell them.
I'm going to give you a perfect example about how to do this. There's a website called Tunecore and these guys are doing exactly what I'm teaching. I have no idea who they are, but they have all kinds of information products, audio downloads, they interview experts and the gentleman who asked this, he loves musicians, I would say start interviewing musicians. Let's say he interviews ten musicians about their career as a musician. What do you think someone will pay more for?
Those two interviews with those musicians and what they love about their career and what their life is like and how many gigs they play? Or what if you did ten interviews for musicians on how to get a number one song or how to do mastering; how to master your songs. Or how to do marketing or how to publish your digital music. An interview on vinyl, creating vinyl records and selling old LPs. Or mixing your music for the best potential sales on copyright issues.
These are subjects that the business of the music industry, I think, would have a lot more appeal and bring a higher dollar volume than actually the lifestyles of different musicians.
So I would tell him start interviewing experts within the business music industry. It's a huge niche. These guys, I remember looking at what of their seminars because these guys – their niche – is teaching about publishing your digital songs so musicians who create a series of songs it's not really all about albums anymore, it's about that one track, that one hit , and it's about how to market your song.
It was interesting to me because I wanted to learn from music about how to get distribution on an audio interview. It's not music but it's still an audio content and their distribution system would work the same way for me and I've looked at their seminar. They were selling an online training for about $ 10,000. So I would tell this guy, go to Tunecore, look at what they're doing and model it. Their niche is digital music. Maybe you can model something for maybe vinyl music, LPs. I think albums are getting back in fashion with a lot of the younger kids today.