Livestream gear for your online music success.
Last week we looked at livestream services.
This week let’s look at the gear you need to get this going.
You can go simple: phone, tripod, microphone. Webcam on your computer.
Or you can go all the way and assemble a studio for your broadcasting dreams.
Let’s look at the options together.
PlayerListen to “Episode 21: Livestream gear” on Spreaker.
This episode has the following structure:
- Contact info
- How you can support
- Reviews, please !
- Livestream gear
- Simple setup using your phone
- Cool piece of gear to take your phone or tablet further
- On the computer with a webcam
- All the way pro
First of all, just because live gigs disappeared for a while, that doesn’t mean the fans and music lovers disappeared as well.
Due to the quarantine, they are home, eager to listen to some music by their favourite artist.
It’s important that you as a touring musician are able to use these tools to keep them engaged.
Likewise if you are just a DIY music hobbyist, you can use this opportunity to connect with other music lovers.
This gear will help you achieve just that.
Besides, the number of mini-gigs being streamed online is just sky rocketing !
Above all, let’s work together and make this work for you.
Livestream for the win episode.
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The iRig Stream was not available at Amazon at the time of writing, but you can go to their website and find it elsewhere.
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