Beats Trifecta: Tracklib Partners with Native Instruments and Timbaland’s Beatclub for Beat Battle Contest

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Tracklib, the sample library that includes groundbreaking commercial recordings and stems from around the world, is teaming up with virtual instrument pioneers Native Instruments and Timbaland’s Beatclub, the premier global marketplace for music creators. The trio has just launched its first joint initiative together with Frank Dukes/Kingsway Music.
“At Beatclub we always look to support the Music Creator in as many ways as possible. Tracklib has taken the idea of sample music creation into the digital future, so it only makes sense to partner together on this activation. When you add the credibility of Native Instruments with their incredible line of creator tools and the genius sonic creations of Frank Dukes, you have the perfect storm for true forward-thinking disruption.” – Daniel Glogower, Beatclub Head of Business Development.
“It’s exciting to bring together some of the most innovative and inspiring players in creator tools and sounds, as well as a legendary producer like Timbaland in a cool contest like this,” says Tracklib CEO Pär Almqvist. “We hope our work together will energize the producer community to make the most of what we all have to offer.”
The first initiative Beatclub, Native Instruments, and Tracklib have collaborated on is a beat battle based on stems and samples from GRAMMY-winner Frank Dukes’ Kingsway Music Library, included in the Tracklib catalog. Producers can work their magic and enter their track. Ten top tracks will be selected by the Beatclub team, then the final winner will be chosen by Timbaland himself. Winners will receive a bevy of great Native Instruments products as well as year-long subscriptions to Beatclub and to Tracklib’s huge pre-cleared library.
Full beat battle details here. Competition ends December 17, 2021.