Turn the most memorable moments of your life into custom interactive art that you can hear back anytime by the person who recorded it!
Ordering is as easy as 1, 2, 3…
First, pick a template from one of our many designs for every special occasion in your life.
Next, choose your printed material, customize your artwork size and add any text you wish.
Finally, record your message. Or if you already have a recording or song you want to use, just upload the sound file then checkout.
And you’re done! Leave the rest to us and we’ll bring your art to life. We will email you a preview of your art before printing and will happily make any changes you request. Upon approval, your artwork will be printed and shipped within 24-48 hours.
We offer FREE SHIPPING to all orders within the contiguous United States!
Don’t see a template you like? That’s okay! Upload the photo you would like to use as your background by CLICKING HERE.
YOUR SOUND…YOUR ART
A variety of materials to blend perfectly in any home…
We use a selection of Birch or Pine. Please note that each piece will be slightly different as no two pieces of real wood are identical.
We use a Premium Luster Specialty Photo paper. Thick & Glossy!
Our Exhibition Gloss Canvas is 22mm thick for a luxurious look. You may have it wood framed gallery wrapped or unmounted.
Create your custom sound art masterpiece with Artbeats!
SEE HOW IT WORKS
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SEE IT IN ACTION
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Artbeats custom soundwave art makes the perfect gift for any occasion! Each piece of art contains a one of a kind soundwave created by your personal recording or sound file, along with a QR code that allows you to play back your recording at any time. Choose from one of our many templates based on your personal preference, then simply select the size and material for your art. Click on the video above for further explanation.
Capture life changing moments such as your wedding vows, your baby’s heartbeat, toddler’s first word(s) or even preserve the memory of a loved one who has passed on through an image and/or recording of their voice. Click on the video above for a demonstration.