06 Mar 2021
In this series, I’ll be sharing a few notes I recently wrote for a musician to orient them to various pieces of hardware and software they’ve been able to borrow or buy during the pandemic for the purpose of livestreaming and recording performances and tutorials.
This isn’t a deep dive into how the individual pieces of hardware or software work – instead, it’s a conceptual overview of the business purposes for which they’re best used (so that you know what technical details to research on your own, and so you don’t try to fit a square peg into a round hole).
Posts In This Series
- Part 1 - This Article
- Part 2 - Recording an Audient iD14's sound in Windows
- Part 3 - Listening to computer sound through an Audient iD14
- Part 4 - Using a Behringer UCA202 with Windows, Android, or iOS
- Part 5 - Record 2 videos using the same microphone
- Part 6 - PiP webcam + screen sharing
- Part 7 - Using your phone or iPad as a webcam
- Part 8 - Using OBS as a virtual webcam for Zoom conference calls
- Part 9 - What's a docking station?