Beat Purchase

Beat Buying Steps

1). Click / Tap on a beat to play, Listen and make your choice.
2). Click / Tap the “Buy Now” button beside the beat you like to see the licence options.
3). After selecting your license Option, Click / Tap “Add to Cart“.
4). To Checkout Click / Tap “Checkout” found at the top of the beat player.
5). Select a payment method ( Bitcoin or Credit / Debit card ).
6). Fill in your details, Make Payment and you will get your secure download link instantly.

Will the FreakSonar voice tag will be removed when I purchase the beat?

Sure, If you purchase our Premium or Exclusive license rights.

What is the difference between Exclusive rights, Premium rights and Non-exclusive rights (leasing)?

Non-Exclusive (leasing) rights means that the beat is still owned by FreakSonar.
The lessee receives limited rights for the use of the purchased beat and can use it for one
non-profitable / non-promotional project. You must to give ” FreakSonar ” production credit for the beat.

Premium rights grants you access to the tagless wave file format of the beat with a sales limit of up to 10,000 copies with FreakSonar earning 50% of the writer’s credit, This usually means 50% of all statutory publishing and mechanical royalties will be paid to FreakSonar for producing the beat. Lastly, You must to give ” FreakSonar ” production credit for the beat. The beat can be used in any kind of project, like a mixtape or demo tape. But it can not be used for a pro body of work like an album ( LP & EP ) projects. So if you are looking for beats for album use, we advice you go pro and purchase our beats exclusively.

Exclusive rights, grant full ownership of the beat ( trackout / stems ) and you can do everything you want with it, except for selling to a third party.
Exclusive rights can be sold to only one person and, as soon as the beat’s exclusive
license has been sold, it is removed from our site and we cease its sale. FreakSonar will earn 50% of the writer’s credit, This usually means 50% of all statutory publishing and mechanical royalties will be paid to FreakSonar for producing the beat. Lastly, You must to give ” FreakSonar ” production credit for the beat.

After I purchase a beat, is the beat removed from the site?

No. By purchasing a non-exclusive / premium license you don’t become the owner of the purchased beat. A non-exclusive / premium license can be sold multiple times, unlike an exclusive license. Exclusive rights, however, are sold to only one person and, as soon as the purchase has been made, we remove the beat from FreakSonar.

What does “tracked-out” mean, exactly?

It means that every detail of the beat (the kick drum, the snare drum, hi-hats, samples, instruments etc.)
will each come in a separate high-quality WAV audio file, in tracks. This way, you or
your audio engineer will have more control over editing, mixing and mastering the beat and the song.

Mixing And Mastering

What is the difference between mixing and mastering?

Mixing is putting everything you have recorded together to complete your song(s). This includes adding EQ and compression, volume adjustments, adding effects, editing flaws, pitch correction and so on. Think of mixing as putting the puzzle together, putting together the parts of what you have recorded, making sure everything hangs together right while also adding the finishing touches on things. When mixing is completed, you should be pleased with the way the song sounds and feel confident that you don’t need to add anything else musically.

Mastering is adding sparkle and shine to your music. In a very basic sense, when you master your album, you’re making sure that song one doesn’t blow out the speakers while song two is barely audible – in other words, you want the levels of the songs to be similar and you want a general sense of cohesiveness to your recording, It also add the finishing touches to the song to bring it to its highest potential, making as loud as possible without distorting and making the song sound big and strong while sounding wider and clearer to emerge you in its sound. No song should be without mastering!

What Type Of Music Do You Mix And Master?

We work on all types of music! Yes that’s correct, we work with EVERY Genre and its sub-genres and in Any Language! We have been Professionally Mixing and Mastering every genre of music and language in many Countries worldwide! Everything from Afrobeat, Rock to Hip-Hop, Electronic Dance Music to Country, R&B to Classical, Reggae to Bollywood and much more! There is literally NOTHING we can NOT Mix & Master!

Why Should I Have My Audio Mastered?

Mastering is the final step in bringing your recording to its optimum potential. It gives your music the professional commercial quality necessary to compete nationally and globally. No matter if your audio is planned for radio, CD/cassette duplication, CD Rom/DVD authoring or publishing to the world wide web, it must be mastered to take full advantage of the media in which it is to be released.

Why Can't I Master My Own Songs?

After working on countless songs and albums, mastering engineers develop an acute sense of sonic and musical knowledge that is key to successful mastering. It’s also a huge plus that the mastering engineer was not there when you recorded and mixed your material. Hearing your songs for the first time, a fresh pair of ears can offer truly objective advice.

“Professional tools are getting more affordable and more people are learning how to use them, so in that sense, the process is definitely being democratized. However, experience and good ears are not easily purchased, so not everyone will get a great result, even with the right tools.”

Digital Or Analog?

To be able to provide you with great affordable rates and fast turnarounds, all of our services are mostly digital. We will use analog gear in certain situations if needed. Using the industry’s absolute best software and plugins, We are able to provide an excellent digital OR analog sound to your mixes and masters. 


Can I Get Refunds? What Is Your Refund Policy?

Kindly Visit Our Returns And Refunds Policy Page.

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