Before I begin, I’d just like to say that the goal of this website is not solely hip hop beats for sale.
In this blog section, you will find an invaluable resource of information, ideas, and advice which will help your music career.
That said, I wanted to discuss an issue that a lot of artists ask me about. I will often get a question such as: “Is track separation important? Should I invest in the tracked-out files when I lease a beat?”
It is a great question, and the answer depends totally on your personal goals as an artist.
To begin, I’d like to first define what track separation is. Before getting into it, please understand that there are several terms for track separation, and every producer will call it something different. The following terms all pertain to track separation: