Beats Pill Speaker

Beats Pill Rose Gold In Black

Nothing in consumer audio speaks fashion like the Dr.Dre Beats line. With plush colors from which to choose to silky satin finishes, Beats Audio makes sure that your looking good toting around with your sound gear. The new Beats Rose Gold Pill lives up to the legacy, bringing you hot new features in a compact format that you can take just about anywhere. It’s just what you need to keep the music jammin’ this summer!

Probably the most important feature of the Beats Rose Gold Pill is the savvy mobile device integration. Not only are you able to charge your mobile device, you can take incoming calls through its speakers and built in microphone. Chip in the blue tooth integration and you’ve got a complete wireless stereo and communications unit all in the palm of your hand. Let’s face it, hands free cell phone use is the way to go. Who wouldn’t rather have an ice cold beer in their hand than a cell phone. The Beats Rose Gold Pill gives you just this ability allowing you the freedom to strut around talking away with nice clear speakerphone audio.

It all gets even better when you need to jam some tunes. Let’s put that jenky 1/8 inch cord in a drawer and call it a thing of the past! The Beats Rose Gold Pill allows you to meander around flipping tracks from your phone – free to do more important things like jammin soul tracks and rubbin’ up on your lover.

In colors black and white with sexy rose gold trim, your sure to look your best whipping out this satin sleek pill. Think about it – the freedom to communicate and rock tunes just about anywhere! Not to mention this thing is LOUD for such a small speaker! Ever been to the beach and wish you had tunes? Well worry no more ‘cuz Beats got you covered. This is the ultimate little pillbox for summer free time jammin’. Bottom line is everybody should have one. Personally, I would opt for the black model as I know my tendency to have fun and get a bit dirty. But for those of you who keep things pristine, the white one may just be the ticket!

Shopping for the Beats Rose Gold Pill is a no-brainer. AMAZON is the clear winner in price and service. Find it here: Beats Pill Portable Speaker (White) – NEW


Are you looking for high quality beats and instrumentals for your next music, video, or film project?

Consider quality in your decision in puchasing a beat license for your project. These days, the internet is riddled with low quality beats and instrumentals. What this means to you is that when your music or project goes into production, the end result will be a lower quality outcome. Quality is an important factor in your decision to buy beats and there are a number of things that you should pay attention to and look out for. Let’s outline 3 major factors in choosing a beat!

1) The Drums

Drums may be the most important thing to listen for in a beat. The first thing that you should listen for is a thick and rich snapping and bouncing kick drum with deep warm bass. Be sure that the kick drum is NOT distorted, as this will yield distortion to your overall presentation after production. The kick should have a nice puch and be present on small speakers with no audible distortion. Next, the snare is vital to pay attention to. The snare drum should be warm and bright and give the track a nice “snap”. Lastly, listen to the hats and cymbals. These should sound smooth and silky, helping to “drive” the track. Be on the lookout for hats and cymbals that are too soft or too loud. This can pose numerous problems when vocals are later added to your track. And absolutely be sure that the hats are not distorted. This can leave for a harsh sound that will turn off your listener.

2) The Bass Line

Next to the drums, the bass line is paramount to a bangin’ track. Not only should the bass groove have a funky swing, it should make you want to move with the drums. A good bass line sits in the “pocket” giving the track a special quality that is easy to rap and sing over. As far as tone, be sure that the bass sound whether real bass or synth is appealing. Avoid tracks with distorted bass in the lows or volume that overpowers the kick drum. These tracks don’t translate well on small systems. And, once again nasty distortion should be avoided.

3) The Harmony And Melody.

Harmony and melody will give you the catchy signature quality in a track. Harmonies whether on synth, guitar, pianos, or the like should feature well chosen chords and appealing choice of sounds and tones. Be sure that these are mixed in the pocked and ride nice with the track. A good chord progression will aid singers in developing mature vocal lines. Lastly, listen for good melodies. A catchy synth part or guitar melody can be just the thing to get your song stuck in everybody’s head. Additionally, a catchy melody can act in tandem with vocal parts in a call and response manner. Rule of thumb is the catchier the better. Always be sure that the harmony and melody are complimentary and “in key” with one another.

Best of luck on your tracks!