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Posted by on in Selling Beats Tips
How I Sold A Beat For $10,000 Exclusive Rights

myFlashStore provides one of the best platforms on the internet for selling beats. It has made it possible for producers to make money while asleep. Yet, with this great technology and opportunity, most producer don't actually make a living off beats. I think this has always been a huge problem and I believe we can solve it. But I don't think it's going to take another marketing course, buying more ads or building a bigger mailing list. I think we need to start to innovate.

Most artists can't afford to pay 10k for one beat - let alone even 20 beats for Exclusive Rights, I know. But I met an artist a few years ago who had a decent income and he was willing to try something different with me. In the process, a cool new idea was born.

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Posted by on in myFlashStore Announcements
The New myFlashStore Has Launched
That's right, we've been working around the clock to bring you the launch of the new myFlashStore. Not only have we completely redesigned the entire site from top to bottom but we've also packed it with hundreds of new features that we know you'll love. 
 
Before you start jumping in and playing around, we'd like to share some of the great features we've brought you. We can't share them all as there's too many but here's some of our favourites.
 
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Posted by on in Industry and Recording Tips for Artists
SEO Tips That Will Help Improve Your Beat Website, Part 4
This is part 4 in a series of articles related to SEO. Part 3 is here.
 
Selling beats is the name of the game, and having your beats right here on myFlashStore is a great move, but is there more you should do? Yes!
 
Having your own website is essential if you want to be looked at professionally and take your beat game to the next level, but it's not that simple. You need to do some Search Engine Optimization. Here's how.
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Posted by on in Production Techniques
3 Great Ways To Mask Your Samples
Sampling is a tricky area when producing music because it's either hit or miss. But when you do find that certain sample, it can literally change your day.
 
The biggest issue with sampling, however, is that it's hard to mask the samples so that no one knows where it came from. The last thing you want is to get into any sort of legal trouble regarding sampling, so here are some tips to help you cover up what you have done.
 
*Note: This is in no way legal advice. These are simply tips that can help you manipulate your samples so that they sound different.
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Posted by on in Industry and Recording Tips for Artists
5 Ways You Can Make 2015 A Great Year For Your Music
2015 is upon us, and with that always comes resolutions for the new year. For most, it's all about losing weight, stop smoking, or getting a better job, but what about music?
 
For the new year, I think the best thing for any beatmaker or producer to do is to work on their music, and aim to get better at various music-related things such as networking and selling beats.
 
Here are 5 ways you can make 2015 a great year for your music.
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Posted by on in Industry and Recording Tips for Artists
SEO Tips That Will Help Improve Your Beat Website, Part 3
This is part 3 in a series of articles related to SEO. Part 2 is here.
 
Selling beats is the name of the game, and having your beats right here on myFlashStore is a great move, but is there more you should do? Yes!
 
Having your own website is essential if you want to be looked at professionally and take your beat game to the next level, but it's not that simple. You need to do some Search Engine Optimization. Here's how.
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Posted by on in Industry and Recording Tips for Artists
SEO Tips That Will Help Improve Your Beat Website, Part 2
This is part 2 in a series of articles related to SEO. Part 1 is here.
 
Selling beats is the name of the game, and having your beats right here on myFlashStore is a great move, but is there more you should do? Yes!
 
Having your own website is essential if you want to be looked at professionally and take your beat game to the next level, but it's not that simple. You need to do some Search Engine Optimization. Here's how.
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Posted by on in Production Techniques
There's A Good Chance Your Beats Suck - Here's How To Fix Them
Your beats might be sucking. Sucking hard. It could also be a reason why you're having trouble selling beats, or maybe you don't have any beat sales at all.
 
But the good news is that there are ways to fix this, and it might be easier than you think.
 
Here are 5 ways you can fix your sucky beats.
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Posted by on in Production Techniques
Get On The Bus! Why You Should Be Using Busses in Your DAW
What's a Bus? I'm not talking about taking a bus to the studio, of course not. When you're trying to mix in your DAW and the tracks keep piling on with tons of clutter and disorganization, it's time for you to us a Bus.
 
The best way to describe a Bus is that it groups together whatever tracks you throw at it. At that point, it's up to you to use your imagination.
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Maschine Update Changes The Beat Making Game Once Again
Native Instruments first changed the beat making game when it introduced Maschine, their flagship software/hardware combo because of its ease of use and overall solid product. They then moved onto Maschine MK2 and Mikro, and finally to the current Maschine Studio.
 
The best is - you can still use the new version 2 software even if you own Maschine MK1 or MK2!
 
And now they've done it again with version 2.2, which changes the game once again.
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