Do you want to beef up your music library? Do you waste a lot of time looking for new solos for yourself or your students?
Consider learning to compose and arrange!
Composing and arranging offers performers and teachers a few things:
- Unique music to play or teach
- The chance to be creative
- An extra income stream
In this guide, you’ll learn what composing is, what arranging is, and how they differ. You’ll also learn how to get started with either or both.
AND you’ll learn how you can turn this new skillset into an extra income stream.
Whether you want a new duet book, solo flute repertoire, or something else, I gotchu.
Download the guide today!
Who am I?
I’m Hannah, and I’m a flutist, educator, and arranger. During my masters of music in performance, the world shut down. So I used that extra time to hone my arranging and composing skills.
I started listing my arrangements on my website and other self-publishing platforms and made a few sales. You could say I was hooked.
But it took me a long time to actually make a sale and even longer to get consistent sales (tbh, I’m still working on that). However, I want to help other musicians get started with this semi-passive income stream.
And even if you don’t make any money from it, I hope it helps you get creative and gives you new music to share with audiences and your students.
Who is this guide for?
This guide is for any musician who wants to give composing and/or arranging a try. It covers the basics of making your own music, like what composing even is and what tools you need to start.
Then, it goes into more advanced topics, like marketing your music and making it part of your career. So even if you have composing experience, you can learn from the business side.
Will I ever lose access to the guide?
Since the guide comes as a PDF, you can download your copy and store it on your device. You can also print it, but it’s over 100 pages long, so I wouldn’t advise it.
If you happen to lose the email with the download link, email me from the email address you used to purchase the guide. I can send you the file as long as I have a proof of purchase.
Can I get a refund?
Unfortunately, I’m unable to offer refunds on digital downloads. However, if you’re unhappy, please contact me, and I’ll do my best to find a solution.
How do I get the guide?