How To Create A Music Producer Website and Beat Store
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How To Create A Music Producer Website and Beat Store

An easy and fun 2 hour course teaching Music Producers how to create their own beat selling website.
5.0 (5 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
20 students enrolled
Created by D'wan Howard
Last updated 7/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Accurately design and maintenance their websites without prior HTML skills
  • Approach their website with the knowledge of color and typography psychology
  • Begin uploading and selling beats within 2 hours
  • Service rappers, singers, and fellow producers with a full functional website that converts
  • Remove the doubt inside their mind about the beat leasing business and how it works
  • Create an email list
  • Competitively sell beats
  • Generate passive income
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Requirements
  • Access to a laptop or desktop computer
  • Access to the internet
Description

Are you ready to quit your job and start selling beats TODAY?! Would you like to create a website that can bring you closer to creating music full time from the comfort of your home? Have you been eager to create your own music producer website but feel absolutely overwhelmed by the work you THINK it requires? Perhaps you already have a website, but wouldn’t you like to know what’s preventing you from getting the sales you deserve? Don’t you think it’s time to level up?

  • Nowadays it’s EASY to sign up and upload your beats on a beat store to sell your beats -- But it’s HARD to actually bring in sales without an official URL and website.
  • It’s also pretty EASY to hire a website designer -- But not only can they be extremely expensive, but they can also be a pain to deal with when you need emergency changes on your website. 

In Curtiss King’s simple to follow online course How To Create A Music Producer Website & Beat Store you’ll learn how to design your own website from scratch and more importantly the philosophy behind creating a website that actually sells your beats.

With websites such as Soundcloud on the verge of extinction, you can’t afford to rely on any 3rd party websites outside of your own. Step by step Curtiss King will walk you through the design of a beat selling website that has helped him generate over 6 figures in less than 2 years. As you learn about topics ranging from color and font psychology, the importance of call to actions, detailed website design, you will finally have the beat store you’ve always wanted -- all within 2 hours. The most beautiful part? You don’t have to have any prior web design knowledge to make it happen.

Billionaire investor Warren Buffet once said “If you don’t find a way to make money while you sleep, you will work until you die.” As a music producer and entrepreneur I read that and it gave me goosebumps. There was a time when I when I was just like many of you -- wanting desperately to quit my job to work on music full time. There were years that I desperately waited by my phone hoping to get a call about a placement from a major label artist -- only to find out I never received it. Working like this made it impossible to survive without a job, but even then I vowed that I would find a way NOT TO have to work until I died. This is what the business of leasing beats created for me and my website was the most pivotal ingredient to my success. 

If you’re an independent music producer that’s tired of dealing with the politics of the music industry and the headache of your 9-5, it is time for you to go into business for yourself. Creating a beat selling website helped Curtiss King quit his job and experience a freedom that allowed him to comfortably support him and his family and take back his time. Curtiss King wants you to experience that freedom as well -- but you have to make the first step.

You too can have a website that serves not ONLY the needs of rappers looking for beats but also producers looking for drum kits –  you just have to make the first step. When you take that first step, you will be amazed at just how much and how fast you improve your web design skills and your beat selling techniques as you beast your way through this exciting course!

Who is the target audience?
  • Music Producers that would like to learn how to create their own website & beatstore
  • Music Producers that would like to learn how to make money in their sleep
  • Music Producers interested in creating their own e-commerce business
  • Music Producers interested in learning how to create an email list
  • Music Producers interested in selling beats
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Curriculum For This Course
8 Lectures
02:09:20
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Introduction
8 Lectures 02:09:20

In the course overview Curtiss King briefly outlines what you need to know before getting started on the design of your music producer website. Among the things we discuss: Logos (How to get an inexpensive logo, Brand Theme, Font & Color Psychology.

Preview 21:49

In lesson 2 Curtiss King walks you step by step through the process of claiming your official URL with GoDaddy and connecting it with your blank Weebly account.

Lesson 2 - Claiming Your Music Producer URL and Connecting It To Weebly
11:34

In lesson 3 Curtiss King gives you a tour of the website you will be using to build your producer website: Weebly. Step by step Curtiss explains how to use Weebly's very user friendly tools and features.

Lesson 3 - Getting Familiar With Weebly
11:06

In lesson 4 Curtiss King give you a thorough tour of the website you will be using for your beat store with Airbit. Here you will learn the basics of uploading beats, creating a mobile store, adding a voicetag & more.

Lesson 4 - Setting Up Your Beat Store With Airbit
20:52

In lesson 5 Curtiss King shows you how to customize your home page by adding color, the appropriate fonts, your Airbit Beat player, and more.

Lesson 5 - Designing Your Home Page
28:07

In lesson 6 Curtiss King shows you how to add additional pages to your website including your drum kits page, your merchandise store front, and your contact page.

Lesson 6 - Adding Additional Pages and Sub-Domains
19:20

In this bonus video Curtiss King answers some frequently asked questions from music producers about beat selling techniques, driving website traffic, and website maintenance.

Bonus - Question And Answer Session With Curtiss King Beats
11:53
About the Instructor
D'wan Howard
5.0 Average rating
5 Reviews
22 Students
2 Courses
How Can Curtiss King Be Of Value To You?

Curtiss King embodies the age old term "jack of all trades". As a teenager, growing up in Carson, CA, Curtiss made the decision that he would not only pursue his passion for rap, but also learn the technicalities of production, engineering, graphic design, and marketing. Residing in the Inland Empire, Curtiss's music embodies the "feel good" essence of the 90s, intertwined with a refreshingly raw appeal and inspiring contemporary edge.  His credits are nothing short of impressive, including artists such as: Compton native Kendrick Lamar (TDE), Ab-Soul (TDE), E-40, MURS (Strange Music) and super producer Hit-Boy.  Curtiss continues to reinvent himself through his music and constant output of value for his fellow artists and producers through artist 1 on 1 coaching, online tutorials, and public speaking.