I’m a beatmaker. What should I do after making a beat?

Beatmaker Marketing

If you’ve created a beat, I recommend taking the following steps:

Review and Refine the Beat

  • Listen to the beat multiple times and check for areas that need improvement
  • Carefully review the volume balance, sound quality, and structure
  • Make necessary adjustments and changes to enhance the overall quality

Get Feedback

  • Ask trusted friends or musicians to listen and provide honest opinions
  • Share your beat in online beat-making communities to receive advice
  • Use the feedback to further refine and polish your beat

Check Copyright and Obtain Clearance

  • If you’ve used sampled material, verify the copyright status
  • Obtain clearance from rights holders when necessary
  • Try to use original material to reduce the risk of copyright issues

Promote and Sell Your Beat

  • Publish your beat on platforms like SoundCloud or Bandcamp
  • Use social media to promote your beat
  • Start selling your beat and explore monetization opportunities
  • Look for artists who might be interested in using your beat

Prepare for Your Next Beat

  • Reflect on what you’ve learned during the creation process and apply it to your next beat
  • Challenge yourself with new techniques and genres to improve your skills
  • Continuously work on your creativity and strive to be a unique beatmaker

Beatmaking requires continuous learning and effort. Stay persistent, pursue your own style, and you’ll be on the path to success. I’m rooting for you!

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Born in 1982, he is a Japanese beatmaker and music producer who produces hiphop and rap beats, and also produces and consults music artists. He also researches web marketing strategies for small businesses through music activities and personal blogs. Because he grew up internationally, he understands English. His hobbies are muscle training, photo processing, WordPress customization, K-Pop, web3, NFT. He also loves Korea.

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