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If you are a music producer and want to learn how to sell beats online in Africa, here is a helpful beginners guide to selling beats using AmplifiHub.
What’s covered in this article:
- Why You Should Sell Beats Online In Africa.
- What to Do Before Selling Beats Online In Africa.
- Benefits Of AmplifiHub
Khaye is becoming a household name in the industry since releasing the WOWOBOI mix tape and the trending single “Slaymama“. The orile born rapper just dished out his new song “MIRACLE” download and share your thoughts.
Note : If you haven’t downloaded : Khaye miracle, you’re off-track.
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This might come as a shocker but I hate seeing people waste money so I want to make you understand why blogs are unreliable for music promotion in Nigeria.
80% of the time I record an upcoming Musician, this question always pops up. ” Do you have connection to any top blog where I can promote this track to make everyone listen to my banger “. And my answer always almost remains the same.. ” Currently.. You don’t need blogs to promote your music, else you’ll end up wasting money believing you’re investing in your career ”
Mixing Afrobeat music is just the same as mixing every other genre of music. Only that there are a few different steps to take to achieve that sleek retro “Fela kinda Afrobeat music feel. Whether you want to churn out a Wizkid / Davido track kinda mix. This tutorial should come in handy.
So. Where and how do we start mixing afrobeat music?
There are different ways to mix Afrobeat music. But I’ll probably talk about how I start my Afrobeat mixing process because I’m writing this tutorial from my personal professional experience in the mixing and mastering field.
Throughout the years of my being a Professional Music Producer / Sound Engineer, I’ve come across many situations where people find it hard to believe that an Afrobeat Beat Maker can also produce other genres of music like hip-hop, r n b, pop etc. To be honest, I’m fed up with all this bruhaha. Then again, sadly this same misconception applies to just about every producer out there, I’m just zeroing in on the Afrobeat music scene on this article. But I guess I’ll have to just get used to it as this annoying and confusing trend doesn’t look to be dying off anytime soon.