To pull off a professional-looking live stream, you might think you need a whole teams effort or a production studio worth of equipment and the truth is that’s simply not the case. Finding what kind of equipment you need can be confusing, so here are some recommendations that should help you find your footing.
With such little opportunity to meet your fans, perhaps international ones, getting a chance to host meet and greets through the Happin app enables you to engage with fans you rarely get to interact with.
Happin is proud to present, in partnership with the City of Toronto, the Spotlight Series – in benefit of the Unison Benevolent Fund. A number of shows have been added as well as rescheduled due to the recent stay-at-home order; get the updates!
Being able to perform from the comfort of your home studio is a huge plus for anyone that’s ever had to move and set up a drum kit, but just as home studios have a certain make-shift quality to them, they might not be incredibly visually appealing and the kind you want to host a show out of. With some help, you can take the quality of your streams from amateur to pro with these few considerations.
As if live-streaming wasn’t already at an all-time high, a global pandemic has absolutely exacerbated peoples interests in the form. Whether you’re a gamer looking to get your set-up together, or a performing artist looking to connect with your fans, here is your one stop shop to getting acquainted with the Open Broadcast Software