· By Sample Genius

How to make quality beats ready for music industry


When it comes to making beats, there are some things you can do on your own and some that require a bit more expertise. If you're just getting started with making music and want to know how much effort goes into creating quality beats, read this guide!

You can make your own beats in 2023 and beyond.

If you’re reading this, you probably have a good idea of what music is. You might even be able to make your own beats. That being said, there are many people who don’t know how to create their own beats and don't know where to start.

You can make quality beats using your own equipment or by downloading free software on your phone or tablet (and maybe even laptop). It doesn't matter if you're a professional musician or not! The only thing that matters is that it sounds good enough for someone else's ear buds or headphones so they can enjoy listening to it when they get home from work later that day/night :)

Make sure you're using the proper sound equipment.

Here's something to keep in mind: if you want to be a musician, you need to make sure that the sound quality of your tracks is on point. If you're not using proper equipment and software, then no matter how good they sound, they're going to get rejected by record labels and other musicians who are looking for quality material.

Here's what makes up an excellent set-up:

  • A high-quality audio interface (like this one) that allows me to plug my headphones directly into it so I can hear my music as soon as I start playing it back through the speakers or headphones attached directly onto this unit. This way there aren't any delays between when I hear something being played back through my speakers vs listening through headphones specifically made for DJs who don't want anything getting in their way while they're DJing at parties or clubs where crowds come together around them dancing wildly because everyone loves music so much!

  • High-quality speakers which allow me hear everything clearly without having any distortion whatsoever...more importantly though these speakers should also have bass response so even when listening closely enough so not even realize someone else may be speaking nearby but instead focus entirely on whatever track happens

Get the proper license for your music.

If you want to sell your music, you need a license. You can't just upload it and expect people to buy it.

There are several ways to get licenses:

  • Requesting licenses from copyright holders (for example, if your song was written by someone else)

  • Getting permission from the person who owns the copyright (if they've given you permission)

Understand what makes a beat "quality".

Making a beat is an art, not a science. There are no formulas or step-by-step instructions that will guarantee you success with your music. But there are some basic qualities that all good beats have and if you can understand what makes them so great, then it will help guide you in the right direction of making quality beats for yourself or other artists.

The first and most important thing about any musical composition is its catchiness. This means it has something about it that makes listeners want to keep listening after their first listen—it doesn't just give off vibes but also has substance behind all those vibes! For example: if I were listening to Kanye West's "Stronger", which features samples from Pink Floyd's "Another Brick In The Wall Pt II", I would notice how catchy each phrase was because they were repeated throughout the song while still maintaining their originality within themselves (and not sounding too repetitive like most songs do).

Also note how this particular sample fits perfectly into its context; instead of using typical drum patterns found in Hip Hop tracks today such as trap drums or dubstep basslines - these samples blend together seamlessly alongside other instruments such as 808s & kicks without feeling out of place at all!

Make sure you are fulfilling industry requirements.

As a producer, you will want to make sure your beats are ready for the music industry. The format requirements for a track can vary depending on how it's being used and how it will be used by other artists. There are also some specific things that need to be done when creating a song or record.

For example, if you're making an original song in 2020s style and putting it out as an album or EP (an extended play), then there will probably be no problem with having tracks like these:

  • A three-minute track featuring only vocals

  • Two different versions of this same song with different lyrics (e.g., one in English and one in Spanish)

Test your music on others.

It's important to test your music on others. This can be done in a number of ways, but one of the most effective is through people who are familiar with the genre you're creating and trying to break into.

Test your beats against other artists' work and see how they react when they hear something similar. If you want feedback on what makes your music unique, ask these musicians what they think is missing in their own tracks or how they could improve upon them—it’s good practice for both parties!

Know when to ask for help.

If you're looking for help, consider asking a friend or family member to listen to your music. This can be especially helpful if they have experience in the music industry and can give you feedback on how it sounds. You might also want to ask an industry professional like a producer or DJ who has worked with artists similar to yours before whether they would be willing to listen through your beats and give some advice on what needs work on those tracks.

If you know what you're doing, making quality beats is easier than it might seem at first.

If you know what you're doing, making quality beats is easier than it might seem at first. It doesn't take a lot of money or equipment to get started. In fact, there are plenty of free tools that can help get your feet wet and give you the foundation for creating good music by yourself.

To find out more about how to make quality beats with a laptop and some headphones (and not spend too much money), check out this page: https://www.beatsreadytoread.com/how-to-make-quality-beats/.


Using the tips above, you can make quality beats that will help you get your music in front of people. You don't need to be a pro at this process or spend thousands of dollars on studio time or equipment; all you really need is some patience and understanding of what makes a beat perfect. The most important thing is to keep working and improving yourself so that when it's time for labels (or even just producers) looking for new material from up-and-coming artists like yourself - they'll find someone who knows how to create great songs from scratch!