Instrumentals Have Aspiring Recording Artists Raving, Reports Fivestar Beats
Music production website reinvented. Fivestar Beats is on the road to stardom.
Atlanta, United States – March 27, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —
Fivestar Beats announced today that its new and improved website, which offers beats for sale is now live. With sounds featuring genres such as R&B, Hip-Hop, Pop, and even EDM.
Fivestar Beats strives to foster the career of aspiring recording artists. “Most record producers charge thousands of dollars to create instrumental music”, Fivestar Beats claims. Fivestar Beats notes, “there are many independent music producers selling instrumentals at much lower prices, however, most lack the musicianship necessary to propel an artist to the next level”.
Fivestar Beats is aiming to become the iTunes of music production. The company says that, “soon, major labels and producers will run astray and not make as much because the demand for cheaper solutions will override the associated stardom that artists may feel by working with established names”.
Moreover, Fivestar Beats offers mixing & mastering, and custom music production. Not only do they make instrumentals, but they can make them from scratch, tailored to suit any specific artist’s needs for only $1,499, which they mention the price will be rising soon.
Fivestar Beats’ producers have worked with companies to the likes of ABC, NBC, Lifetime, FOX, MTV, Sony Pictures, and more. With their vast array of accolades, they are known to hold up their end of the bargain when it comes to professional and quality service.
Also, the production company often runs contests for artists where the winner wins a cash prize. The competitions are usually for the “best song”. Winners have been known to win up to $250 and Beats By Dre Headphones.
In the near future Fivestar Beats plans to create a label platform for artists to really get heard worldwide. The label will consist of well-known record executives, music producers, songwriters, engineers, vocal coaches, and more.
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