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Title:How Many Spotify Streams Do You Need to Make Minimum Wage?

I did the math, this is how many streams you would need to make the same amount as you would from a minimum wage job. ❤️❤️❤️ SUPPORT THE CHANNEL ❤️❤️❤️ ► SAMPLE PACKS ► STREAM MY MUSIC (artist project 2017-2021) ► POST YOUR MUSIC TO SPOTIFY, APPLE MUSIC (commission link, you get 7% off) ► CHECK OUT MY GEAR —— MY AMAZON SHOP 📦 (commission link, no extra cost to you) ---------------------------------------------------- 🚨🚨🚨 MY SETUP 🚨🚨🚨 🖥 Software: Ableton Live 🎹 Main Synthesizer: Serum by Xfer 🎸 Guitar: Fender Stratocaster 🎸 Bass Guitar: Sterling Sub Series 5-String 🎤 Mic: Shure SM57 📷 Camera: Sony a5100 📷 Lens: Tamron 11-20MM F/2.8 📦 Shop my full setup 👇 (If you use this link, I get a commission at no extra cost to you) ---------------------------------------------------- 🌐🌐🌐 SOCIAL MEDIA 🌐🌐🌐 TWITTER INSTAGRAM ---------------------------------------------------- 🎬🎬🎬 MORE CONTENT 🎬🎬🎬 My purpose for this video was to create some helpful goals for artists and producers who are just starting out. I really wish that I had a video like this back in 2019 when I tried doing music full time. I never really did the math behind how many beats I had to sell or views I needed to get or any other of the ways to make money online as a music producer. Don't get it twisted, I'm not trying to dissuade anyone from doing music, I just think it's good to know how much you would really need to do. It is possible to make money online as a music producer but it takes a long time to get going. I wouldn't expect that you can make a full time income out of all of this within a few months. It's really hard to make money online fast because most of the time you'll need to develop a brand with a following to sell something like sample packs. What I didn't really touch on in this video is a realistic split between streams, YouTube, beats, and sample packs. Right now, I'm only working on YouTube and sample packs so I can't give an accurate estimate of what that breakdown would be. My split between the two is 85% coming from my Shopify website for sample packs and 15% coming from Google Adsense (YouTube). If you're a music producer who does all 4 of these and makes a part-time or full-time income from them, I'd love to hear your splits! Being able to make money online as a music producer is awesome, especially because you can do it from home and have it run in the background as a passive income. For example, Shopify stores like the one I sell my sample packs on can be set up within an hour or so. Ever since then, all I've had to do is shout it out in my videos and Shopify takes care of the rest of it. When I wanted to sell my first pack, I spent about a week putting it all together, everything from creating the site to making the pack. That being said, I spent the last 10 years or so producing music and making my own presets and samples so I had plenty of experience going into it. I also had spent over a year building this YouTube channel to the point where it had over 2000 subscribers when I launched my first pack. If you don't have sound design skills or a following that would be interested in buying a sample pack, I would recommend developing both before you start trying to sell. I also made this video for myself. I'm not making enough to be full-time on music yet so I will be using these goals too. Hopefully I can look back on this video and share an updated version when that happens. ---------------------------------------------------- 💌💌💌 CONTACT 💌💌💌 ► Business 👇 Email ► Questions 👇 Leave a comment ❤️ ---------------------------------------------------- #varsitybeats #spotify #musicproducer


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