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Ways to post your music online you might not have thought of.

I’m fortunate enough that on most days, Smoothbeats customers send me links to their music online. Usually, the track is on Soundclick, MySpace, or e-mailed to me directly. I’m extremely appreciative of this and some customers go to extreme lengths

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Using a beat for making Digital Art

Digital Video artist Sistah J has sent me this video as an example of her work. The soundtrack is a beat from the Smoothbeatsonly.com site. Take a look: I’m always amazed at the variety of ways people are able to

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Another cool track created using a Smoothbeats beat…thanks Reekay.

Artist Reekaym has sent me this track, recorded using a beat from smoothbeatsonly. I think it’s awesome. Great song writing and vocals. Make up your own mind below: GUARDS UP by Reekaym As an aside, this track is hosted on

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A graphic demonstration of what you can do with a beat and some hard work.

I’ve just been sent a video by Dano, an artist out of New Hampshire. Dano brought a beat from the smoothbeatsonly site a couple of months back and took it to the studio. The result is now on iTunes and

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New album from Poneboy uses beats from Smoothbeatsonly.com

Straight out of Honolulu, Poneboy has sent me a copy of his new album on CD, 7 tracks on which use beats from the smoothbeats website. Obviously, I’m really pleased, and I think the album is pretty good too. Take

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Top free (and cheap) audio software.

If you’ve downloaded an rnb beat from the internet, you’ll want to record yourself singing with the track, preferably at home using your computer. But music recording software can be pricey: $200 up to $10,000 + is out of the

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