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1. Pick an Instrumental That Speaks to You

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  • 1. Click the tracks in the playlist to listen
  • 2. Click the cart icon to view license options
  • 3. Select a license and add it to the shopping cart
  • 4. On the checkout page enter your info and pay
  • 5. Instantly download beats and receive an email purchase receipt with download links
Make an Offer

Make an offer on a beat by filling out the form below.

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Create a Make an Offer form in Contact 7. Add the shortcode in the Customizer under Overlay Window Settings

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Please read our Frequently Asked Questions.

What is the difference between leasing and exclusive rights?

Leased beats are tracks that are licensed to the buyer on a non-exclusive basis. Exclusive rights may be purchased as well. This means the customer now owns the exclusive rights to the track. After the point of purchase only they may use the instrumental legally.

What file formats do you offer?

We offer a high quality mp3 file. You may request other file formats by contacting us.

What is mixing and mastering, and why do I need it?

Mixing and mastering are the two essential processes in polishing and finalizing a recorded song. Mixing involves combining multiple layers of a song together so that they gel well sonically. Mastering, on the other hand, is optimizing the overall sound of a track. Every song you release should be professionally mixed and mastered by a certified engineer to avoid sounding amateur.

Where can I find more beats?

New tracks are uploaded often. Check back every week to find more beats.

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