If you need exclusive rights to any of our beats please contact us anytime.
Yes. For MP3 files we provide the highest quality possible in the format – 320kbps. If you need the highest quality possible opt for our WAV or ZIP Trackouts which are 24 Bit WAV files – with the Trackouts allowing you the option to get your song professionally mixed at a later date, as this is what the Mix Engineers or Record Labels will ask for. If you require mixing and/or mastering please send us an email.
We currently accept Credit Card/Debit Card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover), Paypal, and Bank Transfer. Get in touch if your preferred payment method isn’t available.
Instantly. Beats are delivered to the email address you used to pay with Paypal. If you have not received your files please check your ‘Spam’, ‘Junk’ or ‘Promotions’ folders. If you wish to have your beats sent to a different address please contact us anytime.
We update our beat store and products regularly so remember to check back daily. But the best way to get notified when we add new beats is to sign up your email address on the sign-up pop-up screen or email us directly to get notifications. We will email you weekly with updates about beats you might like.
This is not usually mandatory as your leased beats are royalty free. But if you are a member of a Performing Rights Organisation you can enter our producer’s details on their website. The producer’s name is usually in the MP3’s metadata. Otherwise please contact us with the name of the beat you wish to credit. We will provide you with all the information you need.
Yes. The producer’s name is usually in the MP3’s metadata. Otherwise please contact us with the name of the beat you wish to credit. We will provide you with the information.
Parts or Trackouts in this case are the individual instruments of a beat (or song) separated into 24-bit Wav files (usually provided in a Zip folder). Trackouts are important for the simple fact that it is practically impossible to have a professional sounding song without them. Record labels ask for them. Mix engineers need them.