Are you wondering what is the correct pricing for your beats?
To be honest, there is no right or wrong answer on what you should price and sell your beats/instrumentals, as music production is a form of art, this means anyone can charge anything they want for their piece of art, that’s right! even if you decided to price your beats at $1milion it would still be fine, of course finding a buyer would be quite tough, and being realistic well you probably would never find one buyer in this lifetime. Check out more about selling beats here.
Sow what is the correct price?
This all depends on your music production status, if you’re just starting off, then you have to price your beats at a lower rate, this means same as all other beginner music producers, most of them will be charging anywhere from $20 to $50 for aa lease and $200+ for exclusive rights, this seems quite a reasonable price, of course, you are the artist behind the midi keyboard and it’s your price that counts not what everyone else is charging.
This is a cool video where popular YouTuber music producer Patrick Cc: is emailing top music producers to find out what they charge for beats, check this video out.
We recommend you pricing your beats based on your music producing status and how well you’re known as a producer if you are just starting off, go for the basic fees, but as you can see in the video above charging $60,000 for a beat is just crazy, so please do have some morals, when it comes to sales and you start working with some big artist who just hit a top 10 billboard, you will be earning some big dollars just though commissions/royalties.
Our advice is that you start off slowly and work your way up the ladder to become a well know music producer, then start charging a premium price for beats.