Sell Beats Online

Best Websites To Sell Beats Online

If you make music for recording artists and/or visual media, then there’s a good chance that you spend a fair amount of time programming beats. Now, whether or not you go around calling yourself a “beatmaker” is entirely up to you, but there is a market for what you do. Question is — if you care to — how does one tap into it?

Well, like many things in life, there is no quick, easy answer, but if you’re ready and willing to make a strong commitment to your work, and you have a basic internet connection, then you pretty much already have everything you need to lay the foundation for a successful business. Of course, if you’re mining for immediate results on a shoestring budget, then the old adage “you get what you pay for” might be ringing in your ears, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take advantage of free and cheap alternatives that are made available to you. That being said, here’s a list of sites that will hopefully help you get started…

Alchemy Synth Logic Pro

Alchemy For Logic Pro X

January 8, 2015 was a sad day for all of us in the softsynth community, marking the death of Camel Audio, perhaps one of the most ambitious and beloved developers in the business. I could speculate or even draw on several ongoing rumors surrounding the unexpected demise of a software monolith, but I‘m more interested in what the future holds, and I’m very certain that the brightest sparks among Camel Audio will continue to improve upon the source code for their flagship power synth Alchemy, regardless of what it says on the tin.

While Windows users might not usher in the return of Alchemy with as much enthusiasm as Apple Logic Pro X users, the mere fact that Alchemy survived the landfall is call for celebration. But what’s really exciting is that this is now the official version 2.0, which Alchemy purists have been eagerly anticipating for almost four years. Yeah, now it’s a party.