The first step on your journey is to listen to the tracks that I currently have available. You can do this by using the built-in web player below, going to SoundCloud.com or heading over to AirBit.com. The main difference is that I uploaded medium-quality MP3s on my site and SoundCloud.com (to counter beat-jacking) whereas on AirBit.com, you will hear full quality beats that are tagged and available for immediate purchase & download.
Note: I just started using AirBit.com so it will take me some time to build up my catalog on that platform; that is why there are so many more beats on SoundCloud.com at this time.
After listening to the available tracks, your next step is to understand what sort of license you need for the tracks that inspired you. There are three types of licenses that you need to be aware of as an artist.
You’ve identified your tracks and you know what license you need. The next step is understanding how pricing works.
If you need an exclusive license, you need to understand the following:
If you need a non-exclusive license, you need to understand the following:
If you need a work for hire, you need to understand the following:
You know what tracks you want and what license you need. Now its time to move forward so that we can go over specifics and get you the beat ASAP to make your song! Give me a call (or text), or send me an email. Looking forward to working with you!
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Every engagement is different so I adjust accordingly. Since this isn’t my main source of revenue, I have a lot of flexibility when it comes to agreeing to a fair price for exclusive licenses. Just know that I’ve spent a lot of time, money and resources to get where I am today. Non-Exclusive licenses are at set prices (as shown on Airbit.com)
I only do exclusive and non-exclusive licensing.
I’ve been using Native Instruments Maschine exclusively since 2011. Before that I was using Cakewalk, Sony ACID and Fruityloops.
Just use the contact form and send me a note or text to get the process started.
Technically since 1996, but for others starting in 2001.