At any one time, there are thousands, maybe even millions of folk across the world looking for a way to give their music projects a shot in the arm. The line between a bog-standard bedroom production and a professional piece really isn’t so big, but at the same time it’s incredibly difficult for most to cross. It usually takes that little addition of something special to really tip things over the edge and this is exactly where the idea of buying instrumentals online comes into the equation.
The fact that bedroom music projects are 100% the work of the person behind them is both a blessing and a curse. It’s great in the sense that it allows you full creative control and of course all the glory if it ends being a winner, but at the same time you are also limiting yourself in terms of scope and creativity. After all, you never know what kind of value and appeal another person could add to the project if they were given a chance.
And this is where the beauty of buying beats and instrumentals online really begins to shine through. Right now, there are specialist services online which have been built from the ground up to bring beats and audio tracks to musicians all over the world. Each and every one is the product of another amateur musician and buyers are able to listen to what’s on offer before making a purchase. What this means is the ability to listen through as many samples and bats as desired in order to find the perfect addition to the project.
It’s all a case of not knowing what’s missing until it is actually heard for the first time.
This is the kind of service that benefits all parties involved, allowing those looking to sell their work to find those in need of some professional input in their projects. Technically, it’s a little like taking a ton of other musicians along for the ride, though only paying a tiny sum if you like what they’re offering and summarily owning all the rights to the track!
It’s a completely risk-free way of breathing new life into beats and recordings as all buyers are able to listen to exactly what’s on offer before handing over a penny. And considering that this is a global online service, the scope and range of instrumentals on offer is simply too enormous to realistically contemplate.
Finding the best in the industry is also a doddle, as those behind the service maintain real-time charts and rankings in order to let you know just who is and isn’t selling in a big way. There are already plenty of composers and producers making pretty big names for themselves by selling beats online, meaning now’s the time to get involved before they start putting their prices up!
Prices are so low that there’s really nothing to lose by giving it a try and you really cannot imagine the difference it could make to an on-going music project.
Guest blogger: Lisa Morton
Lisa Morton is a keen blogger and regularly broadcasts her musings on the industry, with a keen interest in teaching newcomers how to sell beats online. She’s currently guest blogging in behalf of MyFlashStore.net, a famous online music store in London. You may add her in Google+.