Cheap Cheer Music

Cheap cheer music mixes and pre-made music.

It may be cheap cheer music, but is it good?

Preparing for the 2017-2018 Cheer Season

You’re probably looking (or have already looked) at next year’s budget. Everyone has a unique situation, but most teams, whether you are a school team, a recreational team, a pom team, or a private gym, you’re probably struggling with your budget and looking for ways to save money. How do I keep my current athletes without raising my prices too much? With so many things to pay for (new uniforms, camps, choreography, competition fees, bows) keeping your prices competitive but not outrageous is often a challenge. Choosing to save money by cutting corners on your uniforms or bows is often out of the question, ruining your team’s “look” would be a huge mistake. However, cutting back on music with cheap cheer music is (sadly) the route that many  programs will take.

Consider your time.

You can find (quality) cheap cheer music, but it will most likely take plenty of late-night hours scouring the internet, comparing prices, listening to cheer music samples, checking out all the pre-made cheer music and, after awhile. . .it all sounds the same. How much time do you have to invest in this research project? Finding (quality) cheap cheer music may take up a large part of your free time that could be spent doing other things.

Consider quality.

Are you getting a quality mix for the price you’re paying? Saving more could mean you’re getting less. A few things to consider:

  • Will someone else have the same pre-made music?
  • Is your cheer music mixed correctly?
  • Will your cheer music sound good where you compete?
  • Do you love your cheer music or are you settling for the “next best thing”?
  • Will your cheap cheer music inspire your athletes?
  • Can you make edits and/or adjustments to the music?
  • How much do edits cost?
  • Is your cheer music USA Cheer Compliant?
  • Will you get a copy of all the proper licenses to submit for competitions?

Custom Cheer Music at pre-made music prices

All prices INCLUDE 5 edits that can be done at any time during your season

2:30 – $300 ($150 deposit)

2:00 – $260 ($130 deposit)

1:30 – $220 ($110 deposit)

1:00 – $180  ($90 deposit)

CUSTOM

AFFORDABLE

EASY

If you have an questions, email us at wdsmusicdotcom@gmail.com

or call/text us at: 412-212-7181

 

 

 

 

 

Cheer Music BPM (beats per minute)

What is BPM and why is it important to your cheer music?

BPM stands for beats per minute. It means how many beats you hear in a minute of music. Take a look at the seconds hand of a clock or digital watch. A clock runs at 60 beats per minute or 60 BPM. If you imagine a beat in-between each second, you’ve just doubled your BPM to 120.

What about finding the beats per minute of a song?

If you’re looking to figure out the BPM of your favorite song, simply google BPM counter and you’ll get a variety of websites that will have you tap a key and they’ll give you the BPM that you tapped. Put on your favorite song, tap a key to the beat and BOOM they’ll give you the BPM for what you just tapped.

What does beats per minute (BPM) mean for cheer music?

BPM in cheer music is your “auditory” 8-count-sheet. It is easy to look at an 8 count sheet that you’ve filled out, it’s harder to “hear” an 8 count sheet.

Having a strong, easily countable and consistent BPM will help your routine stay together. If your BPM is too fast for your athlete’s skill level, your routine will be sloppy. If your BPM is too slow, your routine will be boring. Finding the BPM “sweet spot” is important and can vary between cheer squads. A mini prep team isn’t going to perform on the same level as your Senior 5.

A good music producer will work with you.

Finding the best BPM that matches your team’s skill level is important. If your music is set for 148 BPM, but you are finding it difficult to hit all your stunts, ask your music producer to slow things down.  For music producers, this change in tempo is an easy one to make, so you should ask for it. Changing your BPM just slightly from 148 BPM down to 138 BPM may not be noticeable to the untrained ear, however, it could be the difference between hitting a clean stunt and a major deduction.

With a little research and experimentation, finding the perfect BPM for your team is possible. Taking a few moments to figure this out can make a big difference in your overall performance.

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