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Ever Wonder Where Rap Instrumentals Come From

Started by nicholasg980, 2010/02/22 01:59PM
Latest post: 2010/02/22 01:59PM, Views: 775, Posts: 1
Ever Wonder Where Rap Instrumentals Come From
#1   2010/02/22 01:59PM
nicholasg980
Website: http://www.built4beats.com

Music can be an integral part of many different things, ranging from "rap" instrumentals to movie and video game soundtracks. If you are a singer then you may want some interesting and unique music to accompany your vocals. Finding or compensating a band to assist you in original music can be difficult and expensive sometimes and you may be an excellent song writer but find yourself struggling with tones and how to create your own beats and musical scores. If you are serious about pursuing a musical career and can't seem to get a hold of a band or can't seem to gather the money to afford some of the more expensive instrumentals then you may want to consider using a "beat production studio" to assist you on your career path.

There are many different musical production studios around the world that will accompany you for a fee and can create custom tracks for you. Although it can sometimes be overwhelming both financially and mentally when trying to find a studio that best suits your tastes and styles. Luckily, there are many different websites online that offer "pre-made" tracks in many different genres that you can "purchase the rights to." This means that you can preview the instrumental track, and if you enjoy it you can purchase it and download it to your personal computer. This allows you to have unique and custom music without having to pay a massive fee for licensing and other legal issues. The song becomes "available" for use with your vocals.

One such website that offers musical scores is Built4Beats.com. Built4Beats has a massive collection of different musical styles and tastes that can appeal to a massive array of vocal styles. Their easy to understand website interface categorizes all of their music by "type." This can help you to easily discover a musical score that best suits your singing style. For example, they have instrumentals that follow a "country theme" or a "pop theme" so you can mix your custom written vocals into the proper sound type. They also have many different rap beats and instrumentals that will allow you to "rap" your original vocals over them to create some custom tracks to begin your rapping career. Each song has a preview that allows you to listen to the song and also provides information like the name of the studio or individual that produced it, as well as pricing. Prices range according to many different things like "studio cost" and "length of the track" as well as certain things like "track complexity" and "popularity and style." One purchased, they offer a simple way to download the track onto your personal computer. From there you can burn your custom beats onto a disc for use with your recording and vocal software's. This provides a very versatile and easy way to get a hold of rap beats, pop beats, country beats, or many other kinds of beats and instrumentals through a direct download format.

Downloaded beats are not exclusive in use for just vocals. You can also purchase them for use in many different creative mediums. Perhaps you want a custom track to use with a new media website you created or you need a good set of beats for a new short movie or story that you have produced. These musical scores can help to add depth, emotion, mood, and style to your video game, movies, art, or any other type of creation that you can think of. There is no limit to the uses of custom tracks and beats and the ability to download them directly to your personal computer will cut down on the time required to record them into a usable PC format. Try Built4Beats.com whenever you are looking for music to help spice up any aspect of your career or creative life.


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