How To Sell Beats, Stems, Samples Directly in Your Link In Bio

It can be challenging to monetize your music as a producer. However, learning how to do so is essential to help build passive income outside of studio sessions. 

Luckily, you can easily monetize your beats, sample packs, or any snippet of audio utilizing Locked Audio. Locked Audio instantly transforms your link in bio into an audio storefront.

This app allows fans and clients alike to purchase audio files at a price of your choosing. Transactions and downloads are all within the app, and there’s no limit to how much audio content you provide. For instance, any of the following would be perfect for your link in bio beat store:

  • Samples and loop packs
  • Exclusive remixes
  • Beats and instrumentals
  • Sound FX
  • Accapella vocals
  • DJ or producer tags
  • Original demos
  • Unreleased tracks
  • Meditation tracks 
  • Multi-tracks or stems 
  • ‘Behind The Music’ type album or single narration

Just add the Locked Audio app to your link in bio, upload any MP3 or WAV file, set a price and your storefront is good to go! You can customize your store image and description to help your fans get excited about their purchase. Fans can preview a couple of seconds of each audio file before purchasing. Once purchased, they can download the audio directly, or enjoy it via the built-in audio player. 

Don’t forget to let your followers know that your link in bio beat store is ready for business! This is a great way to monetize unused beats, and help other musicians work with your production style in a way that doesn’t require your active attention. 

If you’re looking to sell your music production skills directly, opt for the Sell A Service mini app. Here, you can set up a service storefront and manage client interactions directly in-app. You set the price and have a week to fulfill any outstanding orders. 

And there you have it! Making money with music as a producer has never been easier. Enjoy using these link in bio mini apps to profit off of your production.  
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