26th November - 1st December.
Pay only $39.95 for two beats.
Standard License for both beats.
Price shown includes discount.
Stripped back slow jam.
Crunk style. Heavy drums, drops and builds.
Old school stepper. Clap your hands.
Pop crossover. Piano hook.
Slow jam. Great piano hook, synth swells and strings.
Slow jam. Warm synths, piano lead.
Slow jam. Gospel feel.
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Simply put, an instrumental beat (a.k.a beat, backing track) is a musical composition designed for an artist or songwriter to write a song over. Usually, beats are structured like a full-length song with verses, choruses etc. Unlike most “backing tracks” on the internet, beats are usually original compositions created by the producer - not covers of existing popular songs.
Instrumental Beats are usually written in urban genres such as R&B and Hip-Hop. They’re popular with unsigned and developing artists as they’re ideal for creating demos and show reels. Many artists also use beats as a basis for complete albums released on CD, download and streaming services.
In the last 5 or so years, instrumental beats have become increasingly popular with artists - with a growing number of producers and websites ready to supply them. Using beats can be a very cost effective way of recording a demo or album, the alternative being to pay a producer and studio (or enter into a costly label agreement.) Beats have also become a great - and legal way for producers and composers to earn valuable income.