Available Learning Tracks
How much do they cost?
All existing learning tracks cost $75. Browse songs here.
How do I pay for the tracks?
To purchase an existing track, click on the “Buy Now” button at the bottom of this page or the Available Tracks page. This button will take you to the PayPal website and you can finish the payment process there.
After paying through PayPal, simply email Tim at email@example.com to specify which track you would like to purchase.
If you cannot pay through PayPal and need to pay by check, email Tim for further instructions including the mailing address. Checks will be made out to Tim Beutel.
Can I preview a track before buying?
Email Tim if you would like to preview the track in which you are interested.
How do I specify which track I want?
What's included in a purchase of a learning track?
You will receive a full mix track and part-predominant tracks for each part.
When and how will I receive the tracks?
Within 24 hours, you will receive an email containing mp3s of the full mix and all part-predominant tracks.
Are they legal?
Mechanical licensing fees are the responsibility of the purchaser. By purchasing learning tracks from tbaudio.org, you agree to the responsibility of paying mechanical licensing fees for the copies that you make. You can learn about and pay mechanical licensing fees by going to the Harry Fox agency website (). Mechanical licensing fees are collected to pay royalties to the copyright owners. The current cost is 9.1 cents per copy and you must pay for a minimum of 25 copies. The minimum cost is $2.28 per song. The arranger owns the copyright on any public domain song. You will likely need to pay the copyright holder directly for public domain songs. Mechanical license fees are affordable, and I urge you to take them seriously. Please take the time to make your learning tracks legal.