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Music On Beat

The No.1 Music Advice Blog

The No.1 place for instrumental beats and music advice

Making a success of your music career can be difficult. In this one stop shop blog, we will give you tips and advice on how to make it in the music industry. From marketing yourself to networking with other music artists, we will cover everything you need to know! So, whether you are just starting out or have been in the business for a while, read on for some invaluable advice.

We want to help you make it

Whether you’re a producer, singer, rapper, or songwriter we want to help you. Finding success in the music industry is not easy. Music on beat is a free online resource here to help you develop your skills and knowledge. Do you want to improve your lyric writing, composition skills, your songwriting skills, or your knowledge of music theory? You’ve come to the right place!

This blog is divided into several sections Including: instrumentals beats, Money, Beat licensing, songwriting, career, music distribution, music promotion, recording and singing. Each section contains a variety of articles, tips, and exercises to help you improve in that area.

Start by browsing through the articles in each section. When you find something that interests you, take some time to read through it and see what you can learn. With a little practice, you’ll be writing better lyrics, compositions, and songs in no time!

No matter genre you are genre you are interested in “Music on Beat” will have something that can help you get to the next level. So what are you waiting for? Start browsing and learning today!




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Type Beats

Did you know that some of the most well-known music artists got their start by using beats online? Some of the biggest songs from the last few years have used pre-made instrumental beats, and there’s no shame in it. If you’re looking for popular beats to help give your music career a jump start, look no further!

The marketplace is full of great options for purchasing beats, but it can be tricky to know where to start. With Tai Andrews Beats you can be sure you’re getting high quality tracks that will help you succeed.  To learn more about Type beats, check out this article:  Type beat meaning.

When you buy a beat from Tai Andrews Beats, you’re not just getting an instrumental track. You’re also getting the support of an experienced music producer who wants to see you succeed.

High Quality Audio

- Download the perfect beat for your needs.

- Unlimited inspiration to create your next single or album.

- Get started on your musical journey.

Release Music Worldwide

- Create music that touches people's hearts

- Release your music on streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music

- Various genres from R&B, Hip-Hop, trap and Pop.

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An MP3 file is a digital audio file that can be played on various devices such as computers, smartphones, and iPods.

A WAV file is a digital audio file that is of a higher quality than an MP3 file. It can be played on various devices such as computers, smartphones, and iPods.

A track stem is an audio file that contains a specific element of the song such as the drums, bass, or vocals.

A beat license is a contract that states the terms of use for the beat. It will outline how the beat can be used and any restrictions that are in place.

An exclusive license is a contract that gives the licensee exclusive rights to the beat. This means that the beat cannot be sold to anyone else and can only be used by the licensee.

The beat can be used for personal use. If you want to use the beat for commercial purposes, you will need to purchase a license.

Yes, all of our beats can be downloaded for free. However, these beats are for non-commercial use only. If you want to use the beat for commercial purposes, you will need to purchase a license.

We accept payments through PayPal and all major credit cards.

Yes, we require you to acknowledge the producer in your song. You can do this by adding “prod. by (producer’s name)” in the description of the song.

At the moment no. Please keep checking back as we may offer exclusive licenses in the future.


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