Noah Neiman – Being Realistic About Your Music Career

Noah Neiman is a full-time doctor and producer.

How does he do it? I don’t know. He doesn’t just “manage” to produce alongside a demanding job, he excels at it. His latest release “Toldja So”, a collaboration with vocalist Anna Yvette that’s found its home on the renowned Revealed Recordings is a prime example of that.

And he’s back on for a second episode.

In this interview, we discuss A LOT. It’s a long one. But we both like ’em long, and I’m sure you do as well.

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What we talk about:

  • How to balance music production (among other things) with a full time job
  • Why great music is the bare minimum
  • The collaborative process behind Noah’s latest release
  • How to approach other artists for collaborations (and how not to)
  • Why you should keep your day job, even if you want to go full time

Cool things (and people) mentioned:

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Noah Neiman on the Web:

The Music Marketing Academy

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Note: as a prodcast listener, you’ll also get a free 24-page PDF titled “Understanding the Music Industry” in which you’ll learn about the dynamics of the industry, the importance of booking agents and managers, and more.

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Until next time, have fun producing!

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