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Beats propel listeners to action, depending on the frequency of the beat reports Dope Trap Beats.

Atlanta, GA, United States of America – March 13, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Dope Trap Beats proudly announces the new and improved site has gone live, complete with new, hard-hitting instrumentals which translate directly to the club. Artists obtain the opportunity to make original songs using these beats, which are perfect for filling out shows. “Artists in need of new beats now have another option in the form of Dope Trap Beats. Be sure to click here to check out the beats available for use,” Donovan Jarvis of Dope Trap Beats declares.

Dope Trap Beats caters to artists looking to buy beats online and offers custom beat solutions for those looking for a unique sound. In addition, Dope Trap Beats offers custom beat solutions and plans to host song contests for prize money upwards of $500. “To qualify for prize money, contest entries must make use of one or more beats provided courtesy of Dope Trap Beats,” Jarvis explains.

Scientists continue to study music and how the brain reacts when exposed to different types of beats. These studies show the brain responds differently when different frequencies are used, and the beats offered through Dope Trap Beats put the body into a trap or die mode so those hearing these beats want to get up and move. “Dope Trap Beats work on any age group so create some beats and share them with family members. Most are surprised to see that seniors love them as much as young children do,” Jarvis explains.

Dope Trap Beats offers a variety of license options designed to meet the needs of any buyer. The basic MP3 package is 100 percent royalty free, with credit due to the Dope Trap Beats creator, and these beats may be resold. These beats are standard MP3 quality and are untagged. With the MP3 package, no WAV trackouts are provided, ten radio spins are allowed, and total earnings cannot exceed $2,000.

Upgrade to the WAV trackouts option and the beats quality moves to studio WAV, while WAV trackouts are provided. With this package, 50 radio spins are allowed along with $10,000 total earnings, in addition to the items received with the MP3 package.

For those who want exclusive rights to beats, Dope Trap Beats provides the exclusive package which comes with the items seen in the MP3 and WAV trackouts packages along with a great deal more. Here one receives unlimited radio spins and unlimited total allowed earnings. According to Jarvis, professionals typically choose the exclusive package to be certain their music remains unique at all times.

When visiting Dope Trap Beats, be sure to check out the specials page. Current specials offered through the company include a buy two, get one free special; a buy three, get two free package; and a buy five, get five free offering. “With more beats, artists find they can create a variety of songs, ones designed to engage listeners and have them coming back for more. Purchase multiple beats for amazing results every time. For more information, send an email to ensure a rapid response,” Jarvis exclaims.

About Dope Trap Beats:
Dope Trap Beats provides superior quality trap beats for aspiring recording artists around the world. Dope Trap Beats acts as the connection between artists and their envisioned songs. John Doe, the King of Trap Beats, works as a music producer and strives to provide artists with the best trap instrumentals currently available.

For more information about us, please visit http://dopetrapbeats.com

Contact Info:
Name: Donovan Jarvis
Email: info@doptrapbeats.com
Phone: 678-457-3692
Organization: Dope Trap Beats

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/music-producer-promotes-new-beat-offerings-for-artists/35884

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