Music streaming has grown up tremendously since its inception and is now among the best ways to listen to music. Many streaming services let you listen for free, which has helped curb the need for piracy while artists still get at least a little bit for their work. Apple Music exploded onto the scene in late to mixed reviews.
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Music has always been with us, shoulder to shoulder. Music can unite nations, bring peace, and inspire desperate and hopeless people. With the development of live streaming technologies, musicians now have an opportunity to share their art with people all over the world. In this article, we are talking about one specific focus: live music streaming. We will cover the more basic stuff for the beginners, as well as discuss some serious and challenging topics like how to monetize the live stream and what platform to choose. If you want to learn how to share your live music with the world or make your live stream more exciting and attractive to new audiences, we will gladly help you out. Stay tuned.
Setup for streaming live music
And when circumstances get in the way of live performance, live streaming is the perfect way to keep your audience happy. But putting on the perfect live stream—one with good audio, no hiccups, and lots of fans—can be scary and challenging. Getting on as many platforms as you can is key for opening your live stream to the widest possible audience. Once you have an account on each platform, the next challenge is finding the right tools to broadcast on each platform all at once. A simulcasting platform enables you to broadcast one live stream to different platforms, manage comments from one place, and use other advanced features. Just be wary that some simulcasting platforms charge users for advanced services like streaming to multiple Twitch pages and streaming from a public Facebook artist page. For example, StreamYard and Hovercast offer free plans that might be good options to consider. A great way to do that is by making a show poster or reposting video from past live stream sessions to give your followers an idea of what to expect.
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