Before sending any message, please check the questions/answers below.

General

1. What is Beats Avenue?

Beats Avenue® (B.A.) is a website which has been founded by music industry producers and which main aim is to provide quality instrumentals/beats at an affordable price for recording artists (singers, rappers…) and for video/film makers, media professionals…

B.A. also provides services such as mixing/mastering and production of custom music.

2. Who are the producers on the Site?

Beats Avenue music producers are French and have an experience of more than 10 years in the music industry, including collaborations with several record companies and artists worldwide.

Our Producers

3. Do you offer Free beats?

Yes, please visit the Free Beats section.

Free Beats

4. I didn’t receive my free beats. Where are they?

Right after you have subscribed to our newsletter, an email was sent to you including a download link to the free beats. Please check your spam folder if you don’t find this email.

If the download doesn’t work, please empty the cache of your internet browser and try again. Otherwise you can try to copy/paste the link onto another browser.

5. What is the newsletter for?

The newsletter’s purpose is to inform you about our latest news, fresh instrumentals uploaded or even special offers. Some information contained in the newsletter may not be available to other users. The newsletter will be sent to your email directly, after you have signed up.

If you wish to join our newsletter, please visit the Free Beats section.

6. What are the differences between an Exclusive and a Leasing license?

Differences:

  • The main difference is the number of users of the same instrumental/beat. “Exclusive” means that when you purchase an exclusive instrumental/beat, you will be the unique (exclusive) user of it. No other user uses or will ever use the same instrumental/beat as yours. Beats Avenue won’t be allowed to exploit it in a profitable way anymore. However, “lease” beats can be acquired by multiple users, this is why such leasing licenses are called “non-exclusive”.
  • Also, exclusive licenses grant you with broader rights than leasing licenses.

Common points:

  • Exclusive and lease beats are royalty-free.
  • Legally, the instrumental/beat is not actually sold but licensed to you. B.A. remains the owner of the instrumental/beat (i.e. the “master” sound recording) and its copyright.

IMPORTANT: please note that in both cases (exclusive and leasing), you are NOT allowed to use or sell the instrumental/beat alone, i.e. with no voice over it or with no other Contribution (images, video…).

Non-exclusive licenses (Beats for lease)

7. What are the differences between Standard, Gold and Platinum Lease?

First of all, these 3 types of licenses are mainly designed for recording artists.

  • The Standard license allows you to use the beat/instrumental purchased for 1 profitable New Work only while you can use it for 2 profitable New Works with the Gold license and 5 profitable New Works with the Platinum license.

(To learn more about the term “New Work”, please refer to the question 19 of the FAQ).

  • The Standard license only allows you to sell or distribute up to 2,500 units/copies/downloads of the New Work (song…) while the limit is up to 5,000 with Gold and up to 10,000 with Platinum. Please note that those limits are the same if your purpose is profitable or not.
  • Moreover, the Standard license doesn’t allow you to use the New Work (song…) for any profitable concerts/performances while this is allowed with the Gold and Platinum licenses. The Gold license allows you to have 3 profitable concerts/public performances with a limit of 3000 US dollars (or equivalent amount in another currency) in total earnings while the Platinum license allows unlimited profitable concert/public performances, with no earnings limit.

Of course, each one of the three licenses allows you to use the New Work (song…) for any non-profitable public performance.

  • Besides, even if all the licenses allow you to webcast the New Work (song…) on the Internet, only the Platinum license allow you to broadcast it on the radio too (local and national).
  • With the Gold and Platinum licenses, you’ll get an MP3 and WAV file of the beat/instrumental while you’ll get only the MP3 file with the Standard license.

For more information, please refer to the Lease beats / instrumentals section.

8. What does “Sync” or “Synchronization” mean?

A music synchronization, or “sync” for short, means the combination of music (instrumental/beat/song) with some kind of visual media output such as: video, film, documentary, video game, accompanying website music, commercial advertisement…

9. What are the differences between Standard/Gold/Platinum and Sync lease?

Differences:

  • Standard/Gold/Platinum licenses are mainly designed for recording artists (“Type A”) while the Sync license (“Type B”) is mainly designed for video/film makers, media professionals and broadcasters.
  • “Type B” grants you with synchronization rights for: advertisements, video games, applications (all online) while you don’t have these rights with “Type A” licenses.
  • “Type B” license allows you to remix or edit the Instrumental (e.g. to match a sequence in your video) while you can’t with “Type A”.

Common points:

  • “Type A” and “Type B” are both royalty-free and non-exclusive licenses.
  • You can use both types of licenses for video/film synchronization.

For example: with a Gold license, an artist would be allowed to record vocals over the Instrumental in order to create a song and then make a music video with it. With a Sync license, a film maker would be allowed to use the Instrumental for his movie (online).

  • With both “Type A & B”, you have the right to use your New Work (song or video etc.) for unlimited streaming (plays/views), monetized or not, on streaming and video websites (e.g. Spotify, Deezer, YouTube, Vimeo…).
  • Legally, the instrumental/beat is not actually sold but licensed to you. B.A. remains the owner of the instrumental/beat (i.e. the “master” sound recording) and its copyright.

For more information, please refer to the Lease beats / instrumentals section.

IMPORTANT: please note that in any case, you are NOT allowed to use* or sell the instrumental/beat alone, i.e. with no voice over it or with no other Contribution (images, video…).

(*): except as background music on your website, allowed with a Sync license.

Exclusive license & custom music

10. What are the differences between an Exclusive beat and a Custom beat?

Differences:

  • Custom beats are not sold under the terms of a license (they are produced on demand) while this is the case with Exclusive beats. With a Custom beat, you become the owner of the instrumental/beat (i.e. the “master” sound recording) while with an Exclusive beat, Beats Avenue remains the owner of it.
  • Exclusive beats are royalty-free while Custom beats are not.

Common points:

  • You are the unique user of the beat/instrumental, no other user possesses or uses the same beat as yours.
  • In your songwriting credits, you always have to mention the name of Beats Avenue producers.

11. What is the price for Exclusive beats?

The price range is from 290 to 1000 Euros (approx. $310 to $1000). They are sold on this page only:

Exclusive Beats

12. I don’t see the Exclusive option. Where is it?

Exclusive beats are freshly produced beats/instrumentals. They have never been sold or used by anybody. They are sold on this page only:

Exclusive Beats

If you don’t see the Exclusive option for the beat you like in the Beat Store, it’s because this beat is only sold in a non-exclusive way.

13. Do you make custom beats / instrumentals?

Yes, we are aware that some of you may need custom music:

  • arrangement on your composition

or

  • songwriting (composition+arrangement).

So, Beats Avenue producers can work on a tailor-made instrumental/beat for you. For more information, please refer to the Custom Beats section.

Custom Beats

Legal / Rights

15. Am I allowed to monetize my video on YouTube?

Yes, whenever you purchase any of our licenses (Non-Exclusive or Exclusive), you are allowed to monetize your video, including our music, on YouTube and keep 100% of the revenues.

Important: with our non-exclusive licenses, you’re NOT allowed to track your song/video, including our music, with the YouTube Content ID system or any other Content ID systems. Remember that we remain the owners of the music.

17. I received a copyright claim on YouTube, what should I do?

First of all, please note that this is just a notification; this will not harm your channel, nor take your video down. It will just temporarily stop the monetization of your video.

To monetize it again, you have 2 options. Please note that Option 1 is preferable because it’s faster, and in some cases Option 2 might not work.

Option 1: contact us and send us the following information:

  • Your full name
  • Your email address that you used for your purchase
  • Name of the beat/instrumental used
  • Your video link
  • Your named license (PDF) – might be required

-> We’ll then whitelist your video and you’ll be allowed to keep on monetizing it.

Option 2: dispute the copyright claim directly on YouTube:

In your Video Manager:

  • Click on “Copyright Notices”
  • Click on the link next to your video “Matched third party content”
  • Click on “file a dispute
  • I believe this copyright claim is not valid because” -> Select: “I have a license or written permission from the proper rights holder to use this material.” >> Continue
  • Tick the box: “I am sure I have a license or written permission” >> Continue
  • In the text box, just write the following:

“The instrumental used in the video comes from Beats Avenue website (www.beatsavenue.com) and is royalty-free. The original title of the instrumental is: [Write the Beat/Instrumental Name]. I have purchased a license allowing me to use the music and monetize it on YouTube. Please remove the claim, thank you.”

Then, you’ll have to tick a few boxes and write your last and first name as electronic signature before sending your “dispute”.

A few days later, the copyright claim should be removed and your video will be monetized again.

Important:

Remember to always mention the credits for any video you upload on YouTube (in the description part below your video and if possible in the video itself). Our producers have composed and arranged the music that you use. Please refer to question 14 of the FAQ.

Note:

  • If you got a copyright claim on a video in which you’re using one of our Free beats, don’t worry, you can just keep on using your video but with no monetization (in respect to the terms of use of our free beats). If you wish to monetize it, it implies a commercial use, so you’ll just have to buy one of our licenses and inform us about it.
  • Generally, if you are not monetizing your videos, you should not receive such notifications and anyway, it won’t change anything for you.

18. What does “royalty-free” mean?

First of all, only licensed instrumentals/beats (lease and exclusive) are royalty-free, not custom ones.

Purchasing a royalty-free instrumental/beat means that once you have paid the one-time fee (non exclusive or exclusive license), you may use the instrumental/beat with no ongoing royalty obligations towards the producer or Beats Avenue. No royalties are due, nothing is due to any copyright collection society worldwide (BMI, ASCAP, GEMA, SACEM…).

Consequently, if you are a singer/rapper and have recorded vocals over the instrumental/beat and therefore created a song, you are NOT allowed to register that song at any copyright collection society worldwide.

Please note that royalty-free is not the same as copyright-free. The copyright of the instrumental/beat is still owned by Beats Avenue and its producers. For more info about copyright, please refer to question 14 of the FAQ.

19. What does “New Work” mean?

First of all, you are aware that when you purchase a licensed (lease or exclusive) instrumental/beat on Beats Avenue, you are not allowed to use it alone, for any profitable purpose or not. You must associate or combine it with something else. For example, a singer would add recorded vocals over it (lyrics), a filmmaker would combine the music with his motion pictures (synchronization) etc. The song created by the singer (instrumental+voices) or the movie created by the filmmaker (instrumental+motion pictures) is called “New Work”.

  • For recording artists: The Standard license allows you to use the instrumental/beat for 1 profitable New Work only. If you would like to use it for multiple profitable New Works, please purchase a Gold (2 profitable New Works allowed) or a Platinum (5 profitable New Works allowed) license. If you would like to use it for more than 5 profitable New Works, please refer to question 25 of the FAQ.

Please note that recording a song in 2 different languages using the same instrumental/beat constitutes 2 different New Works.

  • For video/film makers, media professionals and broadcasters: The Sync license allows you to use the instrumental/beat for 1 profitable New Work.

If you would like to use it for more than 1 profitable New Work, please refer to question 25 of the FAQ.

20. Are there any samples in your instrumentals?

No, all of the instrumentals listed on Beats Avenue are 100% original and 100% sample free.

21. What does "master (sound recording)" mean?

By “master”, “master tape” or “matrix” should be understood as any original media audio, audiovisual or multimedia used for the first fixation of a phonogram, a video or a multimedia program regardless of the technical methods of fixation, analog, digital…

On Beats Avenue, the term “master” simply refers to the full audio file of an instrumental/beat (mp3 ou wav).

22. What am I allowed to do with a Standard/Gold/Platinum license?

When you buy a lease beat/instrumental, you actually buy a non-exclusive license of use (Standard, Gold or Platinum). Beats Avenue remains the instrumental/beat’s owner and allows you to use it either for: your demos, albums, mixtapes, social network websites, film/videos, shows/public performances (with limitations according to the license purchased)…

Example of 1 Gold license purchased by a singer:

After you have recorded your vocals over the instrumental/beat:

  • You will be allowed:
    • to mix/master one single track with it and sell up to 5000 royalty-free units/copies/downloads of your music, either via music albums (CD, cassettes…) or mp3 (internet download websites: iTunes…).
    • to make one music video with the song and sell up to 5000 royalty-free units/copies/downloads, either via DVDs or digital downloads.
      N.B: if you would like to distribute your single and video for free, the limits will be the same.
    • to use your song for non-profitable concerts/public performances and for 3 profitable concerts/public performances with a limitation of 3000 US dollars in total earnings (all royalty-free). E.g: 3 concerts x 1000 US dollars = 3000 US dollars in total.
      N.B: if you are not using US dollars, the amount would then correspond to an equivalent of 3000 US dollars in your own currency.
    • to webcast and promote your song and video over the internet only, i.e. on any website, streaming website (any webradio, Deezer, Spotify…) and social network pages such as Facebook.com, MySpace.com, SoundClick.com, YouTube.com, Vimeo.com…
      N.B: revenues from audio streaming and video monetization (YouTube) are not capped.
  • You will NOT be allowed:
    • to broadcast or use your song on TV (video clip, TV shows…), radio, cinema, video games…
      N.B: only the Platinum license would allow you to broadcast it on the radio too.
    • to use your instrumental/beat in other profitable New Works (because 1 song + 1 video = 2 New Works with the same instrumental/beat, which is the maximum allowed with a Gold license).

Note:

  • Other artists will still be able to purchase a license to use this instrumental/beat.
  • The purchase of a Gold license allows you to use the instrumental for 2 profitable New Works only (e.g. 1 song AND 1 video). If you wish to use the instrumental/beat in other profitable New Works, you will have to purchase another license (please refer to question 25 of the FAQ).
  • If you would like to record a song in 2 different languages, this is considered 2 different New Works.
  • About sales cap for Standard/Gold/Platinum licenses: if you would like to sell your song by multiple means: in a CD album, in a compilation and on internet download websites, you have to make sure that the overall sales will not exceed the limit number granted by the license purchased. Example for 1 Gold license: CD A (1000 sales) + compilation B (1000 sales) + internet downloads (3000 sales) < max. 5000 sales.
    This is the same if you would like to sell your video by multiple means. The total number of sales can’t exceed 5000 units/copies/downloads.

To learn more about it, please visit the Lease beats / instrumentals section.

Leasing agreements legally bind you to Beats Avenue. If you need further information about the conditions of use etc., please contact us.

23. What am I allowed to do with a Sync license?

When you buy a lease instrumental/beat, you actually buy a non-exclusive license of use. In the case of the Sync license, Beats Avenue remains the instrumental/beat’s owner and allows you to use it either for: internet videos (YouTube…), film, documentary, advertisement, video games, applications, website background music…

Example of 1 “Sync” license purchased by a film producer:

After you have acquired the instrumental/beat:

  • You will be allowed:
    • to synchronize the instrumental/beat with a scene in your film (remix and edit of the music are allowed) and sell up to 10 000 royalty-free units/copies/downloads of your film, either via DVDs or digital downloads.
      N.B: if you would like to distribute your film for free, the limits will be the same.
    • to webcast and promote your film over the internet only, i.e. on any website, video website (YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo…) and social network pages (Facebook, Twitter…).
      N.B: the number of video views and earnings made from monetization (YouTube…) is unlimited.
    • to present your film in non-profitable public exhibitions (theatre, festival…).
  • You will NOT be allowed:
    • to broadcast your film on TV, cinema…
    • to use your instrumental/beat in other profitable New Works (or: you’ll have to purchase another Sync license for another New Work).

Note:

  • Other users will still be able to purchase a license to use this instrumental/beat.
  • The purchase of a Sync license allows you to use the instrumental for 1 profitable New Work only (e.g. 1 film OR 1 video game OR…). If you wish to use the instrumental/beat in other profitable New Works, you will have to purchase another license (please refer to question 25 of the FAQ).
  • About sales cap for the Sync license: if you would like to sell your film by multiple means (DVDs, digital downloads…), you have to make sure that the overall sales will not exceed the limit number granted by the license purchased.
    Example for 1 Sync license: DVDs (3000 sales) + digital downloads (7000 sales) < max. 10 000 sales.

To learn more about it, please visit the Lease beats / instrumentals section.

Leasing agreements legally bind you to Beats Avenue. If you need further information about the conditions of use etc., please contact us.

24. What am I allowed to do with an Exclusive licence?

When you buy an exclusive instrumental/beat, you actually buy an exclusive license of use. You are the very unique user of the instrumental/beat. Nobody uses or will ever use the same instrumental/beat as yours. Beats Avenue remains the owner of it and, under some conditions, you are allowed to use it for: your demos, albums, mixtapes, website (background music…), social network websites, film/videos, shows/public performances…

Example of 1 Exclusive license purchased by a singer:

After you have recorded your vocals over the instrumental/beat:

  • You will be allowed:
    • to mix/master a single track with it and sell an unlimited number of royalty-free units/copies/downloads of your music, either via music albums (CD, cassettes…) or mp3 (internet download websites: iTunes…).
    • to use your song for unlimited concerts/public performances (profitable or not).
    • to shoot a video clip with this song (audiovisual adaptation).
    • to promote, perform and broadcast your song on the radio (local and national), on TV and over the internet. For any broadcast of your video clip on TV, it must not exceed 7 minutes in length.
  • You will NOT be allowed:
    • To synchronize your song with any:
      • Video/film/documentary that has a duration exceeding 30 minutes and that is aimed to be broadcast on television.
      • TV or radio program that is broadcast on a daily, weekly or monthly basis (e.g. news, series or miniseries, television film, reality show, documentary…)
      • Cinema film (movie soundtrack), and generally any film or documentary that are intended for Mass Broadcasting, i.e. the presentation of motion pictures in national and international movie theaters.
      • Video On Demand (VOD)
      • Commercial advertisement on TV or radio
      • Video games for computers, consoles, phones (mobile or not) and tablets (e.g. iPad…).
    • To do any theatrical, radio, literary or graphic adaptation of the song.

Note:

  • Before your purchase of the exclusive instrumental/beat, Beats Avenue has never licensed the instrumental in a non-exclusive (leasing) way.
  • After your purchase, Beats Avenue will not be entitled to sell the instrumental/beat anymore.
  • To learn more about it, please visit the Exclusive beat section.
  • To see the full comparison table of all the licenses, please click here.

Exclusive License agreements legally bind you to Beats Avenue. If you need further information about the conditions of use etc., please contact us.

25. How can I get extra licenses (beats for lease only)?

The instrumentals/beats purchased under Standard leasing license can’t be used for more than 1 profitable New Work (e.g. for 1 song only or 1 video only or…). In order to use the same instrumental/beat for other profitable works (e.g. 1 song in English and 1 other song in Spanish and 1 video and…), you have different options:

  • Buy another Standard license for one extra profitable New Work.
  • Buy a Gold license which allows you to use the instrumental/beat for 2 profitable New Works or even better, buy a Platinum license with 5 profitable New Works allowed.
  • If you would like to use the Instrumental/beat for more than 5 profitable New Works, you just have to buy the non-exclusive license you wish, as many times as needed. The easiest way is to “re-buy” the designated instrumental/beat in the player. You will then receive a new dated agreement (license), granting you new non-exclusive rights of use. Please note that these contracts mention the time when they have been edited, so these licenses granted are all unique and they may serve as evidence in the event of a dispute.

26. What should I do if my sales exceed 2500 (Standard), 5000 (Gold), 10 000 (Platinum and Sync) units/downloads (only for leasing)?

First of all, this limitation of distribution and sales only concerns instrumentals/beats under non-exclusive license (lease). Exclusive and custom beats/instrumentals are not subject to such limitations.

Let’s take the example of a Gold license: When you buy a non-exclusive instrumental/beat and create a New Work by bringing your Contribution to it (audio and/or video), you must limit yourself to pressing or publishing a maximum of 5000 CDs, DVDs etc. containing the instrumental/beat under license. This is a contractual obligation. When it comes to downloads, it is of course more difficult to monitor the number of sales and to limit them. However, you should do your best to withdraw from sale the digital file (mp3…) before breaching the limit. In case of breach, you must contact Beats Avenue to find a solution to this dispute. An amicable solution such as the purchase of another license might be considered.

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Purchase / Order

27. What is the voice (Voicetag) speaking over the instrumental/beat? Will it be removed once I buy it?

The purpose of this Voicetag is to identify tracks produced by Beats Avenue website. This Voicetag repeats over the instrumental/beat as it is playing in order to deter anyone from using it without paying the license fee.

Of course, once you buy it, the instrumental/beat sent will have no Voicetag over it.

28. What is the audio format of the instrumentals purchased?

All the instrumentals/beats purchased on Beats Avenue are in mp3 (192 kbps) or wav format (44 kHz/24bits). Wav format is the best audio quality for recordings or broadcast.

29. How can I buy instrumentals/beats?

  • To buy licensed instrumentals/beats (lease or exclusive), please refer to the instructions on the left of the music player on the Beat Store page.
  • To buy custom beats / instrumentals, please visit the “Custom Beats” section on the website.

30. What does the label "Paypal Verified" mean?

Indeed, Beats Avenue Paypal account is labelled “Verified”. This means that our company has gone through several security controls by Paypal such as: identification of the company, of the individuals owning the company, of the business activity, of the bank account information…

Therefore, when you decide to do a purchase on Beats Avenue, your payment is 100% secured and you are sure to be dealing with a serious clearly identified business company.

31. What are the methods of payment? I don’t have a Paypal account, can I still buy?

Yes, you can pay without having a Paypal account.

  • For instrumentals/beats under license and mix/mastering services, you can either use a Paypal account or a credit/debit card.
  • For custom beats/instrumentals services, you can either use a Paypal account, a credit/debit card or even bank transfer, upon request.

To know more about the methods of payment, please click here.

32. How come I clicked on the "Buy Now" button but nothing happened?

To fix this issue, you should empty the cache or use another web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox…).

33. Do the instrumental/beat I buy get removed from the site?

  • Lease beats / instrumentals are not removed as they are non-exclusive, they remain available for other customers in the Beat Store.
  • Exclusive instrumentals/beats are automatically removed from the music player when they are purchased or marked as “Sold”. No other user will be able to buy them anymore.

34. Is it possible to get instrumental stems (track-outs)?

Stems are not available for non-exclusive beats/instrumentals, they are only available for beats/instrumentals under exclusive license and custom ones.

Stems (track-outs) are mostly requested for mixing/mastering purposes. While making an instrumental/beat, one audio track has been assigned to one instrument or sound used. Stems are sub mixes of an instrumental/beat, they gather multiple instruments or sounds in one audio track. For example, there can be only 4 stems in an instrumental: Bass, Beat, Percussion, Other instruments. While mixing a song, stems are useful as they allow for more precise fine tuning.

If you need mix/mastering for your song, please check out our dedicated page:

Mixing & Mastering

35. I would like to buy 2 instrumentals or more, will I get a discount?

Yes, Beats Avenue proposes discount packages depending on how many instrumentals/beats you buy. Please note that discounts work only if you buy instrumentals/beats of the same “category”. For example, you will get a discount if you buy 2 instrumentals with Gold licenses but you won’t get any if you buy 1 instrumental with a Gold license and another one with a Platinum license.

Please refer to the Beat Store music player for instrumentals/beats under license.

Beat Store

36. Can I see the prices displayed in US Dollars (in the music player)?

By default, the prices displayed in the music player are in Euros because our company is based in Europe. However, if your account (Paypal or bank) is in US Dollars, when you purchase in Euros, you’ll be debited in US Dollars equivalent.

37. I would like to exchange the instrumental I bought or return it, is it possible?

No, this is not possible because of the nature of the products we are offering (digital audio files). The instrumentals/beats in the player are available for listening with no limitation in terms of frequency and time. You have plenty of time to make a choice. Furthermore, once the instrumental/beat has been purchased, the Voicetag is automatically removed, therefore Beats Avenue has no more control over the use of it. Therefore, there is no returns or refunds on purchases.

However, if for some reason you are not able to download your music from the links sent, we would be happy to help you in any way to make your purchase complete.

38. I didn’t receive my order. What should I do?

  • First, please wait a few minutes because even if your order is sent almost instantaneously, sometimes it’ll take more time than usual.
  • Second, your order was sent to your Paypal email address and not another one because our system is automated. So please check your mail box and check if your email address is correct on your Paypal account.
  • Third, please check your spam folder.
  • Fourth, please check your payment because it might be delayed (generally a few days) for reasons related to your account or to Paypal itself. Consequently, your order will only be sent when our account will be credited with your payment.

If after you have checked all the above points you still haven’t received your order, please contact us.

Technical

39. How can I record my vocals?

  • Find a professional recording studio in your local area: if you have a certain budget, that would be a good solution to get professional recordings of your vocals. Compare the rates offered, some studios will charge more than others obviously. Some will propose to pay per hour and others will ask for flat fee payments.
  • If you are a student, perhaps your school or college has some recording studios. Go check out if there is any possibility for you to record there.
  • Otherwise, there is always the do-it-yourself solution. You could invest in some recording equipments, the prices for such equipments are more and more affordable. You just need a computer, a good mic and an AD/DA converter, like the Mbox for instance, to record the audio into your computer. Check out information on the web, it is getting more and more common to do home recording.
    Perhaps you already know some friends or family who have this equipment, why not contact them?

40. I have just recorded vocals over my track, I would like to have it mixed and mastered, what should I do?

Beats Avenue can do this for you. For more information, please refer to the “Mixing/Mastering” page.

Mixing & Mastering

Other

41. Can you become my executive producer? Can you help me find a label?

Unfortunately no, we are not a label and we’re not offering any management services.

42. I am a music producer and I would like to sell my beats on your site, is it possible?

For now, this is not possible but if you think you are a talented producer, feel free to send us a message with links to your work and we will keep you in record for the future.

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43. I have read all the FAQ but I don’t find the answer to my question, what should I do?

Please go to the Contact section and message us, we will be happy to reply to you.

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