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Are you a music producer looking for your first order on Fiverr?

Do you want to showcase your skills and talents to potential buyers?

If yes, then you need to create a perfect gig that will attract and impress your target audience. In this post, I will share some tips and best practices on how to create a music production gig that will help you land your first order on Fiverr.




What is a Music Production Gig?

A music production gig is a service that you offer on Fiverr related to music creation, editing, mixing, mastering, or any other aspect of music production. You can offer different types of music production gigs, such as:

  • Creating original music for videos, podcasts, games, etc.
  • Remixing or editing existing music tracks.
  • Mixing and mastering audio files.
  • Producing beats or instrumentals.
  • Composing or arranging music.
  • Transcribing or scoring music.
  • And more!


Why is a Music Production Gig Important?

A music production gig is important because it allows you to showcase your skills and talents to potential buyers who are looking for music-related services. By creating a music production gig, you can:

  • Build your portfolio and reputation as a music producer.
  • Earn money by doing what you love and are good at.
  • Reach a global audience of buyers who need music for various purposes.
  • Learn new skills and techniques by working on different projects.
  • Grow your network and connections in the music industry.


How to Create a Perfect Music Production Gig?

Creating a perfect music production gig is not as hard as it may seem. You just need to follow some simple steps and guidelines that will help you craft a gig that will stand out from the crowd and attract buyers. Here are some of the key elements of a perfect music production gig:

  1. Title: Your gig title should be clear, concise, and catchy. It should describe what you offer and what value you provide to the buyer. Use keywords that are relevant to your niche and service. For example, “I will produce a professional EDM track for your video” or “I will mix and master your song to radio quality”.
  2. Description: Your gig description should be detailed, informative, and persuasive. It should explain what you offer, how you work, what you need from the buyer, and what they can expect from you. Use bullet points, headings, and paragraphs to organize your information and make it easy to read. Highlight your skills, experience, and achievements as a music producer. Include samples of your previous work or a link to your portfolio. Use a friendly and professional tone and avoid spelling and grammar errors.
  3. Packages: Your gig packages should be tailored to different needs and budgets of your buyers. You can offer three packages: basic, standard, and premium. Each package should have a different price, delivery time, and number of revisions. You should also specify what features and extras are included in each package. For example, “Basic: $10, 1 track, 2 revisions, MP3 file” or “Premium: $50, 5 tracks, unlimited revisions, WAV and MP3 files, stems, and commercial rights”.
  4. Images: Your gig images should be high-quality, relevant, and eye-catching. They should showcase your work and style as a music producer. You can use images of your studio, equipment, software, or music projects. You can also use logos, graphics, or text to highlight your brand and service. Make sure your images are original and not copied from other sources.
  5. Video: Your gig video is optional, but highly recommended. It can help you increase your visibility and conversions on Fiverr. Your gig video should be short, engaging, and informative. It should introduce yourself, your service, and your work. You can also show your personality and passion as a music producer. You can use music, voice-over, or subtitles to enhance your video. Make sure your video is clear, audible, and professional.
  6. FAQs: Your gig FAQs are optional, but useful. They can help you answer common questions and concerns that your buyers may have about your service. You can use FAQs to provide more information about your process, requirements, communication, revisions, delivery, etc. You can also use FAQs to address any objections or doubts that your buyers may have. For example, “Q: What genre of music do you produce? A: I can produce any genre of music, from pop to rock, from hip hop to jazz, and more. Just let me know what you need, and I will deliver”.
  7. Requirements: Your gig requirements are mandatory. They are the information or files that you need from the buyer to start working on their order. You should specify what you need clearly and precisely. For example, “Please provide me with the following information or files: - The genre, mood, and style of the music you want - The length and tempo of the track - Any reference tracks or examples that you like - Any vocals, lyrics, or instruments that you want me to use or avoid - Any other instructions or preferences that you have”.
  8. Tags: Your gig tags are keywords that help buyers find your gig on Fiverr. You should use tags that are relevant to your service and niche. For example, “music production, EDM, mixing, mastering, beats”.



Creating a perfect music production gig on Fiverr is not a difficult task. You just need to follow the steps and guidelines that I have shared with you in this post. By doing so, you will be able to create a gig that will showcase your skills and talents as a music producer and attract and impress your target audience. You will also increase your chances of getting your first order on Fiverr and start your journey as a successful music production freelancer. I hope you found this post helpful and informative. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to leave a comment below.

Thank you for reading and happy gigging! 😊


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7 hours ago, proshanto777 said:

DO NOT post copy-paste ARTICLE to increase your forum level.

I'm sorry, but what are you referring to by "copy-paste ARTICLE" exactly? How could you say that i copy pasted an article? Yes i relied on some sources to gather as much information as i could to create this post, but the way you commented here adds no value nor it helps anyone create value content to share with fellow sellers some advice that might be useful for some.


Maybe next time say something supportive or just don't comment at all if your comment will look anything like that, because it sounds inappropriate on so many levels.


You're welcome by the way...

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