Zoom Optimization & Basics
Overview of Zoom and a review of settings and ways to make your meetings and livestream look and sound professional.
Workshop # 2
This workshop will go in depth on how to get the best sound quality possible for your livestream - whether you're a DJ, full band, singer/songwriter, podcaster, or presenter, we'll give you tips, tricks, resources, & gear recommendations that are tailored to your specific needs.
Workshop # 3
In this workshop, we’re going to start with the prep work involved in setting up a livestream. We’ll review the most popular streaming sites right now and talk about the pros and cons of each one. We’ll show you the back end tech for going live on these sites, the community interaction that happens on each one, and how you can monetize your content on those platforms with donations and/or subscriptions. Recorded on January 14th 2021.
Workshop # 4
Recorded on February 11, 2021
Entering Entertainment Industry
What differentiates your garage and local shows from world wide tours or a super bowl performance?
From the artist, to engineers. From managers, video, lighting and venue staff to the big brands and record labels cutting a budget. The number of people needed to pull off a single event changes dramatically with the level of presentation required.
Gain Staging for Beginners
Gain staging is a simple process of measuring and adjusting the level of your sound, so you come through loud and clear in the mix.
It's useful for everyone who touches a microphone, musical instrument or video camera.
You'll be doing it everywhere you go in the audio world -- it applies to recording, performing, streaming, podcasting and even gaming!
Gain staging is something you have to think about with every sound in the mix, from instruments to background noise.