WHAT EQUIPMENT DO I NEED TO PRODUCE HIGH-QUALITY AUDIO AND VIDEO?
Ready to take your live music shows to the next level? Streaming quality live pay-per-view music performances through social media channels requires live streaming equipment. Choosing the appropriate equipment is challenging and time consuming.
Music Cloud Media co-founder and #1 internet radio broadcaster Harry Teaford listed his streaming equipment recommendations below. Harry is the Managing Partner of The A1A Media Network and its affiliates RadioA1A, Cruisin’ Country Radio and Paradise Road Radio.
Harry Teaford’s Streaming Equipment Recommendations:
Our preferred partner for audio/technical radio gear is Roq (Rock) Martin at Sweetwater (www.sweetwater.com). Roq offers the quality gear at preferred rates for our musicians.
Zoom is recommended as the musician source of video streaming of virtual events. Harry conducts frequent free trainings on how to use Zoom to make virtual events affordable. Below is what our sponsor ‘Sweetwater’ recommends for computer equipment to ensure quality video of a virtual event: a reliable laptop with an i5 Intel processor or higher with a minimum of 8GB of RAM. The preferred setup is an i7 Intel processor with 16GB of RAM.
This is the best board to get for doing live music performances.
This is a good one and good price for live music. Less quality but cheaper.
I would suggest two of these for camera connection.
And two of these.
One vocal mic per singer.
One of these per singer or an extra for an overhead. I would get two at least.
Mic Cables I would recommend 3 or more.
Get one Furman power cable.
Video lighting as needed.
This is better. You would need two 20 ft extension cords with these.
We hope this helps clear up some confusion. If you need Zoom training or have further questions about equipment please be sure to reach out to Harry Teaford at A1A Radio.
~Music Cloud Medi
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