Beat Viral- Australia's biggest music content creator opens offices in India, Philippines

The expansion comes as the company heads towards being known as the world's biggest music content farm.
By: Beatviral music
 
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BALLINA, Australia - Feb. 10, 2021 - PRLog -- Currently with an impressive output of 40 thousand music tracks per month to a mind-numbing projection of 20 million songs produced in the next five years the company is already Australia's biggest copyright holder.

Q: How does the music sound everyone is asking?
A: You can go to the links and listen for yourself.
https://www.deezer.com/search/DJ%20VENKETA
https://www.deezer.com/search/DJ%20STAASO
https://www.deezer.com/en/album/154593782

Q: What genres are being produced?
A: All genres including Vocals.

This game-changing concept of producing mass music content is the brainchild of Australian singer-songwriter Mahmood Khan who spent several years developing the production techniques and technology behind the 'Content Farm'.

The Beat Viral Story

Mahmood Khan has spent over 30 years in the music industry focusing on production, writing, video production, marketing, and distribution, and a sound engineer by trade. Australia adopted him and rewarded him with its citizenship in recognition of his Live recording at the Sydney Opera House, a song called Like the River which went to number 1 on the ARIA pop charts.
In 2020 he set the  International and Australian music charts on fire by scoring several number 1 hits but his works with the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra takes the spotlight by going number 1 on the Billboard Classical Crossover charts. A first for any Australian artist and orchestra.

A few years ago he set out to create what he now calls a 'Content Farm'.
It's an environment where thousands of tracks are being produced on a monthly basis, similar to the production companies he experienced in Los Angeles but at a much bigger level. He still remembers the awe-inspiring moment when he visited the Rondor music publishing offices in Los Angeles where hundreds of writers and producers created music 24/7 in small cubicle-like studios spread across several floors of a hi-rise building. Mahmood was able to develop his content farm with sheer determination, experience, and valuable relationships with coders, musicians, industry gurus,  investors, and businessmen. His approach from training to delivery is truly unique and took several years to develop and perfect. Today he has built a company that has a goal to become one of the top suppliers of marketable music content to music distributors and consumers.  It has in place music creators in several countries that write and produce and others in the group who help curate the music. In total, it has 22 people on the team and is certain to grow as it goes into a growth spiral.

'EVEARA, as the digital music distribution technology provider of Beat Viral, is very excited about the current developments! We believe that Mahmood's music content farms will allow more people to become music creators, which will ultimately lead not only to more content overall but also increases the chances for quality music making it to the top." -Levent, Founder/Chief Executive Officer EVEARA

https://beatviral.com/
https://mahmoodkhan.net/
https://kantado.com/

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