First, browse our catalog of beats. If you’ve got a specific style or artist type of beat you’re looking for you can use the top search bar. When you’ve made your choice, click the “add to cart” button and choose which pricing option works with you. Then proceed to checkout and pay via PayPal or credit card!
As an artist, first you must ask yourself whether you want to sell copies of your song or not/give it away for free.
If you’re song will be used for non-commercial use, you can choose between non-commercial basic or non-commercial premium leases, depending on if you want trackouts or not. These leasing options are ideal for artists creating mixtapes, music videos, and uploading online to social media sites.
If you intend to sell copies of the song you make with the beat, you’ll need to choose a commercial option. The basic commercial option gives you the Mp3 and high-quality WAV file and allows you to sell 10,000 copies of the song you make with the beat before you must repurchase a new lease to sell 10,000 more copies.
The premium commercial option gives you the rights to sell unlimited copies of the song you make with the beat and gives you all beat files for complete control over mixing and song arrangement.
Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, Google Play, and other services that distribute royalties for song streaming are considered as commercial use and a commercial lease must be acquired.
Once payment is complete, the untagged beat (and trackouts if selected) will be delivered to the email address specified or linked with your PayPal account. Be sure to check spam/junk folders. If you still see nothing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
“Trackouts” or “stems” are a term used to describe the files that make up the beat. For example, stems of a beat would include a separate, high-quality .WAV file for a kick drum, a separate .WAV file for a snare drum, a separate .WAV file for a bassline, and so on for every element that makes up the beat.
Many artists who record in recording studios prefer this option to have better control of the beat for mixing/mastering or song rearrangement purposes.