4 Tips For Starting A Successful App For Music Producers (2024)

Updated: January 19th, 2023
Start An App For Music Producers

Want to start your own app for music producers? Here are some tips you should know:

Learn more about starting an app for music producers:

Where to start?

-> How much does it cost to start an app for music producers?
-> Pros and cons of an app for music producers

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-> Other app for music producers success stories
-> Examples of established app for music producers
-> Marketing ideas for an app for music producers
-> App for music producers slogans
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We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting an app for music producers:

#1: Oskar Eichler, founder of Songstats:

We chatted with with Oskar, founder of Songstats ($69K/month). In our interview, Oskar says:

Grow a team of friends that you trust, that you have a strong personal connection with, and that share a similar vision and excitement about your product.


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#2: Karan Beghi, founder of Musicspace:

We chatted with with Karan, founder of Musicspace ($200/month). In our interview, Karan says:

Note to self… Development isn’t easy and Developers are so incredibly hard-working and intelligent.


As entrepreneurs, long hours of working are the norm for us. Our idea of chilling is responding to emails or cracking on with a project. But it’s important to disconnect from time-to-time. Spend moments with friends or family.


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#3: Ezra Sandzer-bell, founder of AudioCipher Technologies:

We chatted with with Ezra, founder of AudioCipher Technologies ($1K/month). In our interview, Ezra says:

Some of the people suggested we start with a free app to test the waters. But if someone is willing to pull out their credit card and pay for the thing, then you know you have a good idea.


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