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Beat Battle: Multitrack Edition with Mathematics of the Wu-Tang Clan

Beat Battle: Multitrack Edition with Mathematics of the Wu-Tang Clan

After the success of our first Beat Battle, let’s get cooking again. This time we have all 10 separate multitracks from a true soul gem. Just download the tracks, make a beat and share your new song on Instagram. The winner is chosen by none other than Wu-Tang Clan producer Mathematics.

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The deadline for this beat battle is now over, however you can download the tracks on this page for free until Thursday October 11th. We're announcing the winners soon!

Master Track: (Multitracks below)

How It Works

  1. Make a beat by sampling any or several of the multitracks in this post.
  2. Upload a video of your beat to Instagram (max 60 seconds) on or before Sunday 7th October 2018.
  3. Tag the video with #tracklibbeatbattle
  4. Tag at least two producer friends in your post.

The deadline for this beat battle is over, we'll let you know who won soon!


You are only allowed to share a 60 second version of your track online as part of this competition - to share a complete track or in other media you still need to purchase a sample license.

All Tracks: DeRobert & The Half-Truths - My Momma Told Me

Prizes

1st prize:
1 Sample License + 50 Tracklib download credits

2nd prize:
25 Tracklib download credits

3rd prize:
10 Tracklib download credits

Wu-Tang Special with Mathematics

Mathematics is not only the DJ for The Legendary group Wu-Tang Clan as well as the main producer for their latest album he is also the creator and designer of the world famous iconic Wu-Tang logo which is a cemented fixture in hip hop history. Being down with the “Clan” since day 1 Mathematics career began in South Side Jamaica Queens as a DJ doing park jams and basketball tournaments in Baisley Projects and neighborhood block party’s.

Mathematics of the Wu-Tang Clan
Mathematics of the Wu-Tang Clan

About G.E.D. Soul Records

G.E.D. Soul Records is a label from Nashville, Tennessee founded back in 2007. With artists on their roster such as DeRobert & The Half-Truths, A.J. and the Jiggawatts, The Gips and Sky Hi, the label is all about uncovering raw funk and soul music. Authenticity is key there: contemporary artists who sound like they’ve taken a time machine from the heydays of deep funk and soul. 

G.E.D. Soul Records was founded by Dave Singleton and Nick Devan. Both of them are also part of Magic In Threes, an instrumental trio part of G.E.D. Records grounded in an intriguing mix of cinematic soul, library records, and hip-hop beats. 

The Nashville-based label releases a handful of vinyl records each year, always putting the music first rather than throwing everything on wax for the sake of releasing it. All from G.E.D.’s own Poor Man Studios located in the north of Music City.

DeRobert & The Half-Truths
DeRobert & The Half-Truths

Rules

Your Instagram profile needs to be public for us to be able to see your post. Only entries using the #tracklibbeatbattle where at least two friends are tagged are participating. The winning prize is selected by Tracklib together with Mathematics.

Your music is still yours. We do not own any of the entries to this competition and will not use them for any other advertising purposes. We will, however, repost your tracks to promote the competition itself.

The first prize will be awarded a full sample license to monetize their work for free. The winner will, however, still have to pay the original rightsholders their share (5, 10 or 20% depending on sample time) of any eventual revenue earned on the new song.

No purchase is necessary to participate, but the samples need to be downloaded using a personal account on Tracklib. The prize is as stated and no cash or other alternatives will be offered. The prizes are not transferable and will be added to the winners Tracklib account.

If you have any further questions about the rules of this competition - just ask us at support@tracklib.com.


When sampling from Tracklib a single sample license is valid for all available tracks of a song. The total sample time is counted using the master track as a reference, so if you sample the same five seconds from all separate tracks it's still only five seconds total sample time.


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