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So, you want to bring your best beats to life ?  You have posted your profile and material on Beatstars and additional online libraries, did you? Great... Now what?  You need all artists to come and visit your profile, right? How do you plan to do that? How will you stand above the"noise"? Not ending up feeling like a candy shop in the middle of the desert. Our advice: Don't wait for a second anymore. Be proactive. Pinpoint the right artist matching your genre, and send your best and most relevant material !

"There is no such thing as unknown talents, as long they don't hide"... Rule #1

Équipement de musique

Suscribe if you want to: 

  • Submit your material to active or famous artists when YOU feel like this is relevant and when YOU feel like the momentum is right.

  • Find a professional manager to represent you or/and introduce you as an artist to majors and record labels, publishers etc.

  • In option :"Check with my agent" ** If you need extra assistance from us, like if you want us to act as your agent, to introduce you to a manager or to submit your material for you, then please check that service on the membership page at "Check with my agent" here.

David S.

Songwriter, Valence, France

"Pitch Music Center has contacts everywhere, this artist address book is impressive."

Debbie E.

Songwriter, New York

"more than a directory, it comes with valuable advices, this is an excellent initiative... and nice people too!..."

Roger B.

Beatmaker, Atlanta

"Man.. so exited about that tool. There is world of new opportunities here..."

Enrico D.

Performer, Indie artist, Milano, Italy

"...thank G - I found you..."


Producer, Belgium

"Now, that's a smart tool.."


KR Recording Magazine, Paris, France

A unique tool for songwriters and producers, very useful indeed.

Sean G., Los Angeles, USA.

Pianist & songwriter

"...all producers and songwriters should have it on hand."


Journalist, manager & coach

/ GL Connection, Paris

Pitch Music Center is a tool and an accelerator, a force of proposal. I would dare to say a “missing link”. In any case, a beneficial initiative in a rapidly changing musical sector, at a time when the value of the work is being questioned and the future of creation is being questioned.

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