5 Beat Naming Tips which will help you in increase beat sales in Music Production
Now, you have just finished creating the new beat (as a music producer) that you have been working on for so long in order to get those ideas out from your brain and transform them into actual beats. Yet, you are now stuck with the name. Do you have to name it or just leave it to the rapper or whoever going to buy it to do this time-consuming and complicated task? Well, people take different approaches in this case; some name their beats based on how they sound and the emotion they get out of them, others name them based on what is said in the hook and the rapper him/herself would change the name later on whatever hook he/she will come up with. Moreover, some would put the acronyms of the company name / producer, and others leave it till they know when or where they are going to use it.
Anyways, you should never forget the significance the name of your beat has and how much it will affect the way it is viewed and perceived by clients and accordingly how the name will impact your brand and sales.
Therefore, whatever approach you are going to follow, make sure to follow these 5 important tips that we provided if you wish to increase your sales.
1. Just Keep Them as Simple as You Can
Basically, you don’t want the name of your beat to be longer than 3 words. Keep it as short and simple as possible. Moreover, make it something easy to pronounce and not so complex. For example, some people try to come up with unique words to name their beats in order to stand out from the crowd; while making hard to pronounce sometimes and accordingly easy to forget; when simplicity can always be the best choice to go for. For example, you can name your beat the following names or something similar: Light, Move, Sing.
2. The Names Should Be Easy to Recall
Again, the easier the name, the better it will be remembered. And that is exactly what you are looking for. You want people to remember the name and associate it with you all the time to create some kind of loyalty between you and your audience. In addition, if a customer visited your site, listened to your beat, took a glance at your beat, remembered its name, it will be easier for him/her to get back to it anytime time they wish, and it will make the process of purchasing them easier because they know exactly what they are looking for.
3. Use Accuracy and Description in Your Titles
Moreover, most beats indicate feelings and emotions. Thus, using these indications in your titles will facilitate the process of searching clients have to go through and you will make sure they’re having a better experience in your site. For example: Control (Instant Hit), All Alone, Jump (Club).
4. Put the Name of the Music Artist or the Producer in the Title.
Many music artists look for certain types of beats and sounds. Thus, including the artists’ names will also facilitate the searching tasks and will encourage people to listen to your beats if they are similar to what they are looking for. For example: I’m Already There (Eminem), Drake Type Beat, All Over ( Lil Wayne)
5. Include Famous Beat Titles
Finally, there is absolutely nothing wrong with adding titles that are well-known in order to catch people’s attention. Therefore, look for some keywords that you know will stop people and encourage them to give your beat a listen. For example: The Message, NY State of Mind, Superman.