The 101 on BeatStars' Blaze Player
The BeatStars Blaze Player is a must-use tool for selling your beats anywhere, anytime. The internet is a huge place, and your music deserves as many eyes as possible, which is why our embeddable player is available with the Free, Marketplace, and Pro Page Plans.
Sell Your Beats Right to Customers Through the Blaze Player
Users that visit your Blaze Player can quickly and easily listen to your tracks before purchasing via PayPal or credit card (Stripe).
Similar to the BeatStars Pro Page, customers can register/log in through your Blaze Player to save their lyrics, negotiate prices with you, and access their files/purchases. As an added bonus, when people register through your page, their information is saved to your Customer Section so you can stay in touch with your customers.
The Blaze Player is built around the same framework as the Pro Page, so the design is sleek, modern, responsive (for mobile) and fully-customizable. You can modify fonts, your logo, backgrounds, and much more.
The best feature to come with the Blaze Player, though, is the incorporation of YouTube videos as motion backgrounds for your tracks.
How to Get More Views On YouTube with Blaze Pro
BeatStars users have traditionally kept YouTube in sync with their BeatStars account; when a beat is uploaded to BeatStars, producers like to also upload that beat to YouTube, as YouTube is still a very big avenue for producers to earn sales and recognition.
With the Blaze Player, you can add related videos from YouTube to your tracks. What this will do is embed a YouTube video behind your track player, so when users play that track, they are also “viewing” your YouTube video.
This means that for every play on your Blaze Player, you also earn a play on the YouTube video that you embed in the track, thus driving plays to your YouTube videos and BeatStars tracks at the same time. As if you needed a better reason to start using Blaze Pro!
If you love the YouTube integration with the Blaze Player, you should know that you can make several “featured” tracks and add related videos to all of them, meaning you can be earning views on multiple YouTube videos and BeatStars tracks.
Another new feature is the ability to create sub-playlists for your beats. This way, you can organize your beats into specific categories so users can easily organize your beats by playlists. Common playlists would be “artist-type” playlists or genre-specific playlists (i.e. trap, west-coast, old school, etc.)
You can also install your Blaze Player to your FaceBook account, giving your FaceBook audience the convenience of listening to your music without leaving your profile.
BeatsbyStellar's Blaze Player