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The Best Tool for Private Lessons Ever!  Check out the banner at the bottom for a discount.

I’m very excited to share this resource with all of you!  MusicTeachersHelper.com has been a game changer for my private lessons studio this year.  Some of the features included in this service are:

  1. An individualized studio website  (check out my site!  https://attaway.musicteachershelper.com)
  2. Automatic invoicing and bookkeeping
  3. An interactive calendar for you and your students
  4. A blog and announcement section to distribute information quickly
  5. Automatic emailing of receipts, lesson reminders, lesson attendance records, etc.

The price is from $14 to $49 per month depending on the size of your studio, and you can get a 30 day free trial to see if Music Teachers Helper is for you.  I have found that the price is WELL worth the investment, because you will free up enough time to make up for the cost.

Here is a video from MusicTeachersHelper…

 

 

If you are interested in this service for your private lessons studio, Providence Brass has an affiliate link on the banner below.  By following the link below, you can receive 20% off of your first month’s subscription.  If the banner does not open, you can still receive the discount by entering the Promo Code (817378) when you sign up.

 

  • Jason Browne

    Guys, I would have to disagree with you on this post. I tried Music Teacher’s Helper, then we hired a couple of other teachers, and we tried Studio Helper. Both of these were getting expensive because you had to pay a fee based on how many students you have. I have a studio of 80 students just on my own.

    I found My Music Staff, and it is much more cost effective. They say they work like Netflix. When you have Netflix, you don’t pay based on how many episodes or movies you watch. You pay one flat fee. That’s how My Music Staff works. I don’t work for the company, I just like the product and how much easier it has made my studio run. It works pretty much the same as Music Teacher’s Helper, but easier to set up, and less expensive.

    Just my opinion. Keep up the great work guys!

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