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How to use music beats
Using music beats for songs
Incorporating existing music beats into a song you are working on is an excellent way to save time and possibly even surprise yourself with new musical possibilities. You can use music beats or music samples that feature a wide range of instruments or, if you are creating some of the beats yourself, opt for a beat that features just one instrument, such as drums or guitar. To simplify your music beat editing process, search specialized libraries and find the right beats to help with your music composition.
Using music beats for video editing
Using pre-existing music beats can greatly cut down on your editing time for a variety of projects. Say, for example, you are editing an instructional YouTube video and you want some compelling background music to keep viewers engaged. Rather than attempting to create a beat from scratch, you can search the PremiumBeat library for a track that will match the tone of your video. You can opt to hear a 15, 30, or 60 second clip of a full song, or hear the song as a loop. Once you have found your favorite music beat, add it to your cart, head to check out, select your license, and download your track. You can then upload your music into your chosen editing software. Drag-and-drop your audio track into the software and be sure to adjust the volume so that your music doesn’t overtake the audio of the video.
Using music beats for singing
Many music beats are created so that vocal artists can come in later and add their own song lyrics on top of the music. If you are interested in singing your own songs but don’t play an instrument (or the many instruments that often go into the creation of a single music track), then the fastest way to get started is to find a music beat you love and license it on specialized music sites.
Once the track is uploaded to your audio editing software, listen to it a number of times so that you can identify the song structure. Most songs follow ABABCB structure. This means that from beginning to end, a typical song will be arranged: verse (A), chorus (B), verse (A), chorus (B), bridge (C), and chorus (B). The verse is the songwriter’s chance to advance the story of the song. The chorus generally repeats, consisting of the same lyrics each time it is heard. The bridge only happens once towards the end of a song. It changes the pace of the song and may involve a key change. With this basic song structure under your belt, you can start writing lyrics that fit the pace and tone of the music beat you have downloaded.
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Simple steps to licensing
Find the music beats that match your video’s pace, add them to your cart, and head to checkout. Select the license that meets your needs and download your tracks. It really is that simple.
A bit overwhelmed by the vast number of tracks available to you? Don’t worry. Our team has created a curated playlist of music beats to get you started.
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Whether you are looking for music beats to inspire your social media videos or align with the pace of your film scenes, our royalty-free music beats are here to help.