The Music Industry has evolved - at some point in the early 90's the definition of a "Producer" began to split. Now, there are two distinct and different types of a "Music Producer."
First, the person who creates (or produces) a beat. Plain and simple.
Second, a project manager who takes your vision and molds it into a professional sounding track meant for distribution and sales.
Think of us as Talent Developers.
To learn more about producing and why it's an essential aspect of your music, click the link below. You can find a free .pdf of our book, "The Pocket Producer for Artists," plus a handful of free beats to download.
In a word, yes.
In more words, definitely yes.
Only 10% of GRAMMYs for "Song of the Year" and "Album of the Year" didn't have professional Producers working on them. Statistics don't lie. You need one.
We have two ways to pay. You can either pay for what you need and call it a day, or you can sign on to become DeadBeats Made™ - where we personally and professionally produce your project, for just a small one-time fee.
Browse our selection of beats and bundles.
Online or in-person, we take the studio to you.
Sit back and let us do all the work you need.
"Very creative and slick audio engineers, supportive and fun when producing you through a music recording session, and veritable aural chameleons when working with different styles of instrumentation to make a pop track work."
"When I applied for Berklee College of Music, DeadBeats and I had already worked on several songs together. It was a song they produced that ultimately turned my audition into an acceptance. DeadBeats have some of the most passionate and intuitive producers I have had the pleasure to work with."
"Working with DeadBeats was one of the most fun and exciting things I have done in a long time. Between the collaboration, vocal exercises, brainstorming and total silliness we all had working together it truly made creating this song an inspiring event."