Are you looking for dark,spooky, scary, sad and hopeless tracks to download for your Halloween party. Here’s our favourite Open Music collection from the #hot111.Read More
starfrosch.com develops more and more to a source for musicians looking for free for profit beats. We have thousands of free beats.
Here are some good beats and ways to search for beats you can use for your productions.
Search the #hot111 charts for beats. Just enter some keywords like “piano beat” or “type beat” or just “beat” and the search fires up tons of free for profit beats you can download. You only need to credit, we will explain later in this post.
Another good way to find beats is to check the #hot111 all time charts. Check out the #hot111 piano beat, guitar beat, smooth trap beat, emotional beat, trap beat, boom bap beat, piano trap beat, slow beat, you get it, right?
Now that sounds simple. Want to listen to some good beats? Here are some recommendations.
All the beats on starfrosch are free for profit and free for download. You only need to credit. How does that work? When you hit the download button on starfrosch you will see the “Say Thanks” popup and the red “Copy Credits” button.
Click the “Copy Credits” button and the credits will get copyied to your clipboard. Just paste this to your production. In the YouTube description, the Facebook post, Comments, blog post, your Insta comments, a shoutout live on stage, where ever you can share the love with the artist who produced that beat. This way the artist will gain exposure.
Another good way to say thanks is to share the beats you like on social media. The artists will love you.
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Note: starfrosch.com has thousands of beat downloads every day, but only a few producers credit. We won’t sue you, if you don’t credit, but the artist could do that. We really would like to encourage you to respect the beat producer and credit him. Thank you for your attention.
After eight month of work with 26 artists, the Bernese musicians Jerry Spoon & starfrosch released their melodic, ambient to organic technoid album “Absorbed” on August, 23.
The tracks with driving drums and spherical synthesizers with vocals (Ki Mono, Irina, Henry’s Affair, Kara Square) and remixes from the environment of the musicians, are sometimes filigree to danceable. Their sound moves the crowd in the clubs, but also fits in the hammock on the beach.
Jerry Spoon & starfrosch work in the genres Organic Downtempo, Electronica and Melodic Techno. Connecting elements are the liquid techno beats, trance synths, guitar and vocals.
Can I use this album in my videos on YouTube?
Yes, all we ask is that you credit Jerry Spoon & starfrosch and songs used in the description of your video and add links to starfrosch.com and studiovoisier.ch
The album Absorbed is free to use for independent creators and their User Generated Content.
YouTuber will get a free copy of “Absorbed”. Contact us for further informations.
How to schedule a stay at the Verbier Festival, if you can`t remain up in the southwestern swiss alps during all three weeks, more than hundred concerts, and even more side events?
Either one tries to visit as much events as possible; or decides to focus on one aspect of the music offered. Choosing the second option, this year it shall be solo piano performances. Grigory Sokolov and Evgeny Kissin had already played solo when I arrived, as well as Daniil Trifonov.
Even his chamber music contributions were already presented. Never regret, there were still musicians announced like Joaquín Achúcarro, Sergej Babayan and Jean-Efflam Bavouzet.
Joaquin Achúcarro is now 86 years old. Still playing with more than eighty years can bring along certain limits concerning pace homogeneity and dynamical balance. Choosing a Mozart Fantasia and a Adagio to begin with, Achúcarro avoids these risks perfectly and instead displays the other attributes of a very experienced playing: his very own results of a career long pianistic examination between subjective style and tonal balance.
The same principle mostly holds for his then performed Beethoven Sonata nr. 30; although towards the end of the third set the technical limitations show up a little bit, slightly limiting the special experience of Beethovens late, visionary composing style.
The following 24 preludes by Chopin turned out the be a matching compromise. Their virtuoso parts are assessable, letting Achúcarro again presenting a maturity of interpretation reserved to pianists with more than six decades of experience. The chosen encores by Edvard Grieg and Alexander Scriabin summed up the concert in one of these rare moments of musical plaintiveness.Read More