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Looking for more students for your independent music studio? Duet introduces a partnership with MusicTeacher.com!

Duet is excited to partner with MusicTeacher.com, where current Duet teachers can access lower commission rates when they find new students to add to their studios. You can find the customized MusicTeacher.com link in the Resources section of your account.

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Matthew Rusk of MusicTeacher.com Nov 22, 2021 Studio Management
Growing Something From Nothing: Career Tips for New Teachers

Cello teacher Zachary Sweet spent his first years of teaching trying to figure things out for himself. Now, he teaches future teachers all the things he didn’t know himself. Join us as he shares some of his insights with us here.

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Zachary Sweet Sep 23, 2021 Podcasts
How To Command Value and Higher Teaching Rates for Your Music Studio woman smiling

Piano teacher Noreen Wenjen knows that a teacher’s job doesn’t end when she stands up from her instrument. In fact, it might only just begin. Learn how Noreen has built value and earned higher teaching rates by maximizing the professionalism of her studio and making sure her clients understand the value of her work.

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Noreen Wenjen Sep 23, 2021 Podcasts
How does the Duet music school software’s free trial work?

Perhaps you’ve been teaching music for several years. Perhaps you’re a newbie. Perhaps you’ve tried jerry rigging an organizational system that helps you keep track of students, invoice and get paid on time, and streamline a teaching calendar… but now you’ve given up. You turn to Google and search for music studio software, preferably a music studio software with a free trial. We’re glad you found Duet,…

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duet Nov 30, 2019 Studio Management
Tax Tips for Musicians

Most music teachers and performers are at least partly self-employed, and this income needs to be filed on a Schedule C form. Learn how to do that here.

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Ed Pearlman Mar 27, 2018 Studio Management