I am happy to say that the very first song contest for Right Beat Radio was a success. All kinds of artists from all over the world came out and gave me their take on Cincinnati, some of which were really well done.
Out of 10 solid song submissions, we were able to narrow it down to 3 songs that stood out the most as being different and creative. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to choose all of the songs I liked, and I could only choose one.
If you would like something originally done or a song sampled, especially for your project, I am now available to make custom instrumental music.
Please use the contact form below to let me know exactly what you need, and the more detailed the better. Feel free to link to an example song to give me a better idea, or even to a sample you’d like me to use. If you have any sound effects or anything you’d like to add to the project, please let me know and we can work that out, as well.
I will review your request and quote you a price for the project.
If I am able to produce the instrumental to your liking, you may then purchase the music from me in wav/mp3 format (I am not tracking any music out at this time).
Should you not be totally pleased and decide you actually don’t like what I did, the music will then become available for others to purchase. No hard feelings, I only want you to be happy with what you get!
Please understand that I may or may not be able to fulfill your request. Chances are I can do what it is you’re asking. However, I make NO promises that I will be able to produce your instrumental. For this reason, you are NOT required to pay first, but at the end − only after you’ve heard your music and decide you like it.
Check out some examples of some instrumental work I’ve done by request, for others who were happy with the music.
If you’ve ever had any doubt about how powerful instrumental music is or how far it actually reaches, just take a look at our YouTube channel − particularly the Acoustics instrumental − to see the people yourself and how many different places they come from. In the rather short amount of time I’ve been online, I have witnessed first-hand how people like to interact with this kind of music.
Artwork by Pinak
Instrumentals are not only important to musicians, singers and songwriters, but our music has found it’s place among artists of all kinds – from graffiti artists to canvas painters, and even photographers!
Because people are able to feel something from listening to certain music, they’re also able to present a certain feeling to an audience by using music to emphasize their artistic point.
While I’d like to highlight all of the creative ways we’ve heard our music being used, I want to take a moment to spot light a couple of artists I found who I personally like, and who have also used our music in their projects!
90-95′s is a short tape that will focus on simple, repetitive hip hop instrumentals. The sounds are chopped, the drums are jazzy, and the vibe is hip hop. 6 new tracks of instrumental hip hop, now available!
I can edit and/or rearrange any of these instrumentals to fit your song exactly the way you need it. Instead of settling for the song idea that I had, think your idea, your song.
I have 11 years of experience with audio editing and song arranging, utilizing the latest and most modern audio recording, editing tools and plugins, including the use of touch screen interface devices. My audio editing history includes widely-used and industry standard tools – such as ProTools, Adobe Audition, Cubase, FL Studio, BM2 for iOS and various other software/hardware applications.
This can be helpful in many different situations, as what my original plan for the song may not work entirely with your vision. So you may need a part or two rearranged to fit your project.
I am currently only focusing on song arranging at the moment. I will not be mastering, rerecording or re-mixing any instrumentals.