Blue Beam Software, a software maker, has unveiled a new service that lets users make custom beats for just $500.
The company, founded by former Apple engineer Tim O’Brien, says it can now create beats for as little as $500 by using a custom, custom-built software program.
The beats come in two flavors: one with a single-step beat (which is easier to play), and another with three or more steps.
To make your beats, you’ll need to have Blue Beam’s software up and running.
You’ll also need to be willing to do some research into the company’s business model, which requires a minimum investment of $10,000.
Blue Beam is the latest in a growing number of companies to offer software that can make music-making easier, if not more profitable.
For example, Amazon Music has a program called SoundCloud that makes it easier to upload tracks to the service.
And Google has built in a custom-made music app called Soundcloud that can also be used to make beats.
Blue Eye Music, a popular audio app, is a similar program, but it offers users a choice of different beat makers.
Blue Eye Music has more than 50 beats, but users can choose from more than 10,000 music tracks, which is more than enough to create a few dozen beats.
As Blue Beam gets more popular, the company is working on a way to make its software more secure.
If it ever launches the service in the US, Blue Beam will also offer free shipping to customers outside of the US.