Send me your FL Studio Project

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Would you like to see my work on your FL Studio Project? Would you like me to improve your Project? Or would you like to see how it would be to make a collab with me? Here is your opportunity. Send me your FL Studio Project and I will make a video and work on your project.

Instructions on how to send your projects

In this video, I explain to you what you must do before sending me your project. After you have everything ready, you can send your project through WeTransfer to the email


All projects will only be used for educational purposes. Daily Beats will only use the projects to create videos for YouTube in order to help the music production community with tutorials on music production. Daily Beats does not make the project available to third parties nor will it sell the project and/or licenses to access the project and project files (the only exception is the monetization from the video created for YouTube that reverts to Daily Beats). Daily Beast is not responsible for any damage caused by the use of these file/project files. Before uploading the files, make sure you have all licenses for the sounds you use in your projects. By submitting the project, you are agreeing to these conditions.

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