If you are like most people, you may not pay too much attention to instrumental songs. We hear them all the time: in movies, in elevators, while we wait on the phone. We may even play them in the home or car for relaxation. However, do we really appreciate them in the same way that we do songs with words? If not, then we should.
You might ask why you need an instrumental beat maker. The only reason you will need this is because you need to make great sounds or great beats. People remember songs because of the melody. Bad melody is equivalent to songs that are not appealing to ht human ears. If you have a good rap beat, then you are sure that the people will want to hear your song more. With this in mind, your listeners will definitely learn the lyrics so they can catch up with the song, regardless of the lyrical content.
The upper class and monarchs could afford to hire retro lounge music for a concert, which was a big deal then. Some even hired full-time musicians or even orchestras. Concerts were important social events.
“. . . be filled with the Spirit, addressing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody to the Lord with all your heart” (Ephesians 5:18,19).
Once you’ve picked your music, you need to import it the song into Audacity. To do that, just launch Audacity, and import your voice file by dragging the file into the open window. After you drag in your voice file, drag your retro lounge file into the same window. You’ll notice that you now have 2 separate “tracks” in the window.
Or have you ever wondered why patients who undergo major operations wake up after several hours in the operating room with a soft, beautiful music in the background? It is actually a way of consoling them, telling them through soft music that everything will be finding and that he is surrounded by people who love him. Soft music is food to the heart. It gently whispers the human heart without directly telling him that we care and love him and will never leave him alone in his pain.
So we can’t all be making loads of money from our music but you could be missing out on some moneys you are due. You could actually make quite a bit of money from your music. I have only shared a few avenues of revenue I know of and reap rewards from making my creative music. It can be straightforward and could be a surprising amount. More advice and information can be found at PRS for Music, PPL and Sentric Music websites and a thorough search engine search.