Create your own beats with MPC Beats

Learn how to become a real BEATMAKER and record your tracks at home at no cost, either to make your own demos, or to pass us the tracks you want us to include during the production of your music.

Today, anyone can have access to professional music production software. It is no longer necessary to spend large sums of money to obtain professional results. In this case, we present you a program specially dedicated to the creation of Beats where you can also add your voice to create your own tracks.

Akai MPC Beats is a totally free music production software for beatmakers and music producers based on the popular workflow of Akai MPC machines. In it you can work with both beats creation and sample editing, even produce complete songs and remixes.

In this guide we will show you how to do it yourself from home and at no cost, explaining step by step what you have to do.

As we want to make things easy for you, in this publication, we will show you in an easy and simple way how to do it:

- Install one of the latest free professional programs specially designed for beatmaker for audio editing and recording.

- How to create your own beats in an easy and intuitive way.

- How to make recordings from home or studio with the best sound quality with your microphone or instrument.

- How to send us those recordings so we can start working with them and work the miracle.


Beats MPC Guide Tutorials

Downloading and installing MPC Beats

Akai MPC Beats is a completely free music production software for beatmakers and music producers based on the popular workflow of Akai MPC machines. You can work with it to create beats and edit samples, and even produce complete songs and remixes. It also comes with a large library of sounds expandable through expansions so […]

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Connecting MIDI controllers to MPC Beats

Learn how to connect your MIDI controller to MPC Beats. MIDI recording allows us to capture the digital notes of the drum pads as you play. This digital information can be used to play back drum samples or drum synths in MPC Beats. Learn now how to make your MIDI controller work with MPC Beats […]

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Starting up with MPC Beats

Learn the basics of MPC Beats. In this short guide, you will easily learn how to: - Connect a MIDI device - Configure the output device - Get to know the different zones of the MPC Beats work interface Learn now the basics of MPC Beats in an easy way in the following tutorial. Download

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Recording a beat with MPC Beats

Discover the easiest way to create explosive BEATS thanks to the simplicity and professionalism of MPC Beats. It's never been easier to record your own beats. MPC Beats will simplify your life and make you become a real Beatmaker. Discover now how to record your own beats with MPC Beats in the following tutorial. Download

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Use your own samples on MPC Beats Pads

Can you imagine playing a pad and having it play the sample you want?. Cutting samples in MPC Beats is a quick and easy way to create new melodic ideas from Loops. Learn now how to use your own samples on MPC Beats pads in the following tutorial. Download BACK TO PREVIOUS PAGE

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Connecting An Instrument To Your Computer

Don't you know how to connect your guitar, bass, keyboard, microphone, etc... to the PC yet??? Connecting any instrument to your PC is not a difficult task, but there are a number of things you should keep in mind. Find out how to correctly connect your instrument to the computer by reading the following tutorial. […]

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Before Recording

Before recording, make sure everything is ready. Now that you are ready to start recording your music, you should consider some important things to avoid anything unexpected. To ensure that everything runs smoothly during the recording session, we give you the following tips. Download BACK TO PREVIOUS PAGE

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Recording auido with MPC Beats

MPC Beats not only allows us to create great Beats for free, but also allows us to record audio just as easily. MPC Beats is also an ideal application for recording your voice or instrument with quality. Learn right now how to record audio with MPC Beats step by step in a simple way with […]

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Sequences in PMC Beats – The parts of the song

Organize your sequences in MPC Beats to create a complete song. If we want to send our song to a composer or producer, we must first structure our song and then we can make our arrangement. Learn now how to structure a song in MPC Beats with the following tutorial. Download BACK TO PREVIOUS PAGE

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Exporting songs on MPC Beats

We've learned step-by-step how to create and record our next big hit, now we're sure we want to export it to share it. Once we have finished our recording, we have to export our work, because we probably want to share our music with a friend, singer, or a composer or producer like that […]

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Sending Your Tracks To

It is important that you know the best way to send us your demo or audio tracks. We will teach you how to put your audio files in the cloud so you can share them with us and start working together. Learn now how to share your audios step by step in a simple way […]

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Sharing songs in SoundCloud

SoundCloud is a online audio distribution platform and music sharing website that enables its users to upload, promote, and share audio. Once you have your music recorded, arguably you would like to share it, and that the public can hear you, and that we can hear your tracks too. Learn right now how to upload […]

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Get your mix to sound clear in a simple way





Want to know how most professional producers get that clear sound in every song you listen to?

To get an explosive mix, there are six elements to work on that serve as a roadmap to professional results Balance, Frequency Range, Pan, Dimension, Dynamics and Interest.

Working on each of these elements can be very tedious and frustrating if the clues you have been given are not arranged correctly. Today I'm going to talk you about the first step to get a balanced mix through a good arrangement and making it easy for you to fit all the instruments together so that everything sounds clear and crisp.

Whether you are a composer or a music producer, it is your responsibility to make sure that the arrangement is as well prepared as possible so that when the mixing phase arrives you can achieve a powerful, clear and explosive sound. The arrangement has to be the first thing you have to think about when you start working on a new production, write it down well, because this is the starting point of any great mix, and from now on it has to be for you too.

How can we help you from is a project born with the idea of offering to all those people with musical talent a professional music production job at a price that everyone can afford.

We are the first music production studio in the world where you can pay for our work what you think it is worth.

Our main objective is to help all those artists, with deserved talent, who do not have other means to get a professional quality of their work, to achieve it by providing what they can for our work or even do it at no cost.

Starting from your ideas and the approach of your song and your musical style, we propose the necessary changes to maximize what you want to express and make it reach a wider range of public.

If you want to know more about how to get your music to professional quality for whatever you want, click here.

If you want to know how to get this on the cheap, click here.

If you are interested in knowing how to start your mixes so that they end up sounding as clear as any commercial song, watch the following video

How do we start preparing the arrangement?

Well, first of all, for your works to have a clear, crisp and professional sound is to create space for each instrument, so that each one can shine when needed and not be overlapped by any of the other elements, it is to apply what I call

Rule of the 5 elements

The main rule so that all instruments are heard clearly and do not overlap each other, is to limit the number of instruments playing at the same time. This means that we can't have all the tracks playing simultaneously, because as you can imagine, absolutely nothing will be understood. It sounds simple, but do you know how many producers don't know this concept In the end, even if you don't know this, it doesn't mean that your mixes won't sound clean and clear, but as I have seen in countless occasions, at the end of a long process of trial and error, of fighting with the mix, and of frustrations for not finding a clean sound, either you end up throwing in the towel, or you end up getting to this same point, many times without knowing it, which ends up forcing you to keep making the same mistakes one mix after another, spending a lot of unnecessary hours trying to find that spark that I am going to put in your hand.

The first thing we have to do, is to group our instruments within the different elements that compose the arrangement, which are four and that I explain below:

- Foundation: It would correspond to the rhythmic part of the song, almost always the drums, the bass, although depending on the musical genre they could be replaced by others. Rhythm guitars and keyboards could also be included in this section when they play this role.

- Rhythm: These are those elements of the song, which are played against the base element, but without clashing with it, creating emotion and rhythmic interest to the song. This role, depending on the genre of music, can be played by instruments such as a guitar, a piano, in Latin music by congas or some other type of percussion.

- Pad: Instruments that play prolonged notes or chords, to create an atmospheric effect, usually synthesizers, or a Hammond organ, or also a string section or a guitar. These notes or chords usually change only with a chord change in the chord progression of the song.

- Lead: This is the instrument that plays the main part of the song, which must be supported by the other instruments. In most music it is the vocal part of the song, although it can also be any melody played by any other instrument that at that moment or during the whole song, if it is an instrumental song, plays the main melody.

Additionally, Bobby Owsinski, in his fantastic book The Mixing Engineer's Handbook, includes an additional element to these four, which is the Filler.

- Fills: is the part that is played between the spaces that are left in the interpretation of the parts of the main melody, it is a preposition to it. Normally, this element is part of any of the other three elements (Base, Rhythm or Pad), but in some occasions, an instrument or a part of it acts as a filler, being a separate element, so in these occasions it makes sense to treat it this way. The filler gives interest to the song, trying to surprise the listener and avoid falling into monotony.

It is important to think that in the end music production is a part of an artistic creation, and as an art, there are innumerable ways to reach the result we expect, so there is no written rule that cannot be broken. The four-element rule is important, and will ensure you get clear and clean mixes in an objective way, but this is not to say that all producers follow this to the letter. You have a lot of commercial productions that do not follow this rule, artists like The Beatles or Pink Floyd in many of their songs, where you can hear countless things happening at the same time, skip this rule, and they are great songs that today are already part of the history of music, but realize the stature of musicians they were and the technical equipment they had behind them.

I hope you have found this information useful and that it will help you to make better mixes. We will be leaving here more interesting topics that you can consult whenever you want.

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Marketing your music is essential if you want to get your name out there and start making money from your talent, so if these are some of your goals, be sure to read and implement as much of this guide as humanly possible.

In this simple music promotion guide you will learn the 10 things you need to keep in mind to create an effective music promotion plan on any budget.

Let's look at the best ways to promote your music independently in the modern music landscape.


You may prefer the lone wolf approach to promoting your music, but surrounding yourself with a great team of like-minded people can be very beneficial. If you have a team of well-connected people who are passionate about your music working on your behalf, it stands to reason that your chances of success will increase.

If you can assemble a team of friends to help you for free or in exchange for a share of potential revenue, great! But, at some point, you will need to enlist the services of professionals like to help give you an edge in the competitive music marketplace. Whether it's a PR person, radio host or promoter/contractor, there's nothing wrong with accepting help.

It's also a good idea to get a great manager. Again, make sure he/she is passionate about your music and believes in you as an artist. A manager who will go the extra mile for you is worth their weight in gold.


Where and to whom you market your music can make all the difference. There are thriving music subcultures in every corner of the world, some huge and vast, others small and dedicated. Finding, knowing and exploiting your musical niche is the key to your promotional campaign.

It may seem obvious (and it should be), but if you're a metal band, play metal venues, join a metal community and gain metal fans. If you're a rapper, seek out rap venues, join rap communities and gain rap fans. And so on and so forth.

But niches aren't always defined by genre. If your music has a more generalized appeal, start local. People tend to want an artist from their area to succeed. Take advantage of this mentality and grow your fan base close to home before expanding nationally or even globally.


The music media is a powerful force in music promotion.

If your music is featured in music publications, whether in trade magazines or in specialized blogs and webzines, those appearances can help build buzz and give you the credentials you need to take your music career up a notch.

The major ones, have given countless artists exposure. But smaller blogs can be surprisingly influential. Look for blogs that publish topics and artists like you and find out how to get in touch with them.

Coverage from a music press outlet, no matter how small, can go a long way in helping your music reach a wider audience.

But trying to find coverage is difficult and getting trendsetters interested in your music is a daunting task. But it's worth it for the huge amount of traffic they can generate.

Hiring a PR professional to handle your campaign is often the best way to get great coverage. But this is not always affordable or possible for a new artist on a limited budget.

Do-it-yourself PR is an option for artists who are on a tight budget. But it's important to approach bloggers and journalists the right way. First, you need to create an electronic press release. It should contain all the essential information about you and your music. The following resources offer tips for musicians who want to take care of PR.


Your band's website is the home of your music on the Internet. It's the one place where you completely control your fans' interaction with your content.

Creating a sleek, professional website as the foundation of your Internet presence is vital, but perhaps even more important is creating a large, dedicated mailing list.

Your website should obviously include links to your music, biographies, images and tour dates, but be sure to include a mailing list sign-up form as well. Email marketing offers direct access to the inboxes of the people most likely to be interested in your music.

If a fan gives you their email address, it means they want to hear from you, and a direct message to their inbox about your latest release or upcoming tour is much more likely to reach them than a social media post, which may be restricted by the limited reach of a platform.


The promotional power of social media is no secret. It is essential to develop and maintain a consistent, interesting and engaging presence on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and even less obvious platforms like Snapchat. Also, try to keep your profile names consistent for easy online searchability.

There is an insurmountable amount of advice out there on how to manage your social channels, and things are constantly changing on all platforms.

Sharing music online has never been easier. You may be closer than you think to being ready to publish your songs.

Good music promotion means controlling your message everywhere fans come in contact with your music.

It's not enough to just have music or content available on a platform, you have to own your space there and make it work for you.


It's tempting to focus too much on measuring the success of your tracks or posts by a single number.

But the fact is, social media stats tell a complicated story that can go unnoticed when you only look at "likes."


You can't fill an attractive social media feed only with your own releases.

Nowadays, music promotion is about much more than music. Yes, someone might listen to one of your songs and like what you do, but if you don't keep offering them more content and keep them entertained in some way, there's a good chance they'll forget you.

That's videos, images, interviews, articles, playlists, sample packs, studio tours, live shows and anything else that can help build the story around your sound. Even an occasional meme or witty tweet can help build your story and followers.

Having an active presence on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and anywhere else is incredibly helpful in connecting with your fan base. Remember that, as an artist, you have a voice that people listen to.

Approach your promotion with the question "what does this say about my music?" to help guide your efforts. The answer will help you decide what to say yes to and what to pass on.

Start with your sound and your vision as a launching pad to look outside of your music for other content to share to keep your followers engaged.

Promotion is your voice in the music landscape doing more than just singing a song. So share your music well.


You can't afford to ignore the important factor that streaming and playlists are.Playlists on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer and other platforms reach hundreds of millions of listeners worldwide and rack up billions of streams, and while they're not exactly media they're still key platforms for promotion.

Getting your song into a popular playlist can help you rack up thousands of streams. That's not only great notoriety, but also royalty income in your pocket.

While getting your music on playlists is a big help for notoriety and credibility, getting featured on algorithmic playlists like Discover Weekly can make a big difference in the number of streams. So it's worth pursuing all possibilities.

You can't submit directly to the big branded playlists, but there are tons of user-generated lists that can help you move up the ladder and get noticed by other curators.

Identify the playlists you should be aiming for and get in touch with the users who organize them.


An exciting, interesting and original music video has the potential to go viral on the Internet, even if the track isn't a hit.

Don't be afraid to think outside the box when creating a video for your latest release. Think about the videos of artists like OK GO and Childish Gambino, who have succeeded because of their Internet traction. They've had something unique and intriguing, whether it's a deeper underlying message or a quirky theme.

You may want to develop a standard music video or visuals based on a live performance, which is perfectly fine. But investing time and effort into your videos has the potential to reap great rewards.


Events, live music and personal networking are absolutely essential for effective music promotion.

It's easy to get carried away with promoting your music online. But if you forget about real life, you'll miss out on important ways to build your audience.

Performing is one of those golden activities that every musician should do. Not only can it be a great way to get your brand out there, but it can also pay off in many ways and help you establish a solid relationship with your core audience.

Obviously, this is much more difficult in the Covid-19 era, but concerts and touring offer an invaluable way to connect with fans. If you get booked at nearby venues and play amazing sets for local music fans, you'll quickly develop a solid base of new fans. But remember that you have to make them remember you, so be memorable.

Once you've built up a local fan base, you can hit the road and conquer new music scenes city by city or even country by country. If this sounds too easy and oversimplified, that's because it is. Touring and playing gigs night after night is hard work, but if you have an amazing live show, the rewards will speak for themselves.


It goes without saying, but the first and most important thing is to make good music. You can follow all this advice to the letter, but if your song, your EP or your album is not well written, not of good instrumental quality and not professionally produced, you will fall at the first hurdle.

You can fall into the trap of thinking that promotion is all it takes to get a track to the top. But if the music you promote has nothing to offer listeners, you won't get anywhere. You have to "wow" people with your music to attract them.

Do everything you can to make your music as appealing as possible before you start promotion. That means taking the time to produce great tracks, perfect your mix and master your music to create your final product.

Don't put all the work on your back, as musicians we are inclined to be blinded by our art, to think that our work is a perfect and untouchable work, being able to do crazy things that many times can ruin our songs, that's why it is very important that someone outside of you, who understands your music, style, the musical concept you are trying to find, the purpose of your work, your sound, etc..., enhances your virtues, corrects your defects, and achieves the perfect sound and atmosphere for your music.

There are countless professionals and studios that can do this for you, and from we are the only ones that offer this at a price you can really afford (Pay-What-You-Want). We offer you a totally personalized treatment through your own personal assistant who will guide you step by step through the whole production process with us.

When you've finished tracks you're proud of, you'll have the confidence to set goals and promote yourself enthusiastically on the Internet.

Making the best music possible is a commitment to your fans and listeners.

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