Beat Store

Here’s the deal. Everything you hear, I did myself.  I did the drum patterns, I did the keys, I did the mixing. I did all of it.  This is why these are premium quality.  Right now I offer non-exclusive and exclusive rights on my beats.  Basically non-exclusive means a lot of artists can use the same beat.  Exclusive means that I only license the beat to a single artist.  Everything I did for Goodie Soul and Lil’ Raskull’s “Gory to Glory 2” album are exclusives.  If you want exclusivity, you got to get on a beat quick to get it off the market. There is no quality difference between the two; it is just a matter of how I license it.

To purchase a beat, just add the type of license that you need to your cart, make your payment, and they will be sent to you automatically as mastered, 24-bit, 44.1 kHz .WAV files.  I also mixed the beats to create some space in the middle for your vocals to sit in, so you are good to go.  If you don’t see an exclusive license available, contact me.  It just may mean I haven’t uploaded the stems yet.


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Give me a call (or text), or send me an email. Your best bet is to either text me or send me an email through the form below.

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Phone (or Text): (972) 372-4688

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How much do you charge?

As it pertains to exclusives, every engagement is different so I adjust based on your situation and budget.  I also have a beat store where you can purchase beats immediately.

What type of licensing do you do?

I do both non-exclusive and exclusive licensing.

Are these all the beats you have? 

Of course not.  I got a vault and I’m always working on new stuff.  That is reserved for people I know though. 😉

What equipment do you use?

I’ve been using Native Instruments Maschine since 2011.  Before that I was using Cakewalk, Sony ACID and Fruityloops.

Do you use pre-made drum loops or construction kits?

No, I program everything myself.  I have every Maschine project file and midi file to prove it.  If you hear an element of my beat in someone else’s – it means that someone else took it from me.

How long have you been producing music?

Started getting paid doing beats for others in 2001.

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