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Test 4 Live Studio Broadcst

by Hawke Robinson last modified Mar 04, 2016 07:49 AM
Test #4 in broadcasting live music from my studio. Feedback appreciated. If you would like to see/hear more music broadcast live like this, please let me know. 4th test for trying to broadcast live performance music from the studio of Hawke Robinson (Synthetic Zen). Still just testing. This time also testing acoustic guitar, Yamaha CG-120 classical guitar.

Test #4 in broadcasting live music from my studio. Feedback appreciated. If you would like to see/hear more music broadcast live like this, please let me know. 4th test for trying to broadcast live performance music from the studio of Hawke Robinson (Synthetic Zen). Still just testing. This time also testing acoustic guitar, Yamaha CG-120 classical guitar. Just testing broadcasting over Google Plus Hangouts On Air from my studio. Audio is getting better with each test.... 3rd test for trying to broadcast live performance music from the studio of Hawke Robinson (Synthetic Zen). Still just testing.
Just testing broadcasting over Google Plus Hangouts On Air from my home basement studio.
Equipment & Software covered:
* Asus ROG laptop, OpenSuse 13.2 64 bit, Bitwig 1.3.6, with Arturia KeyLab49 keyboard midi controller.
* MacBookPro 15, with Roli Seabridge RISE 25, with Roli Dashboard & Equator, output to Tascam US-2000, to Alesis 1622 analog 16 channel mixer.
* Dell XPS 13" NV laptop dual core, originally came from Dell with Ubuntu, but now running OpenSuse 12.3, connected to the Casio Previa PX-310 keyboard via Roland USB Midi Interface UM-ONE, with audio output to Alesis mixer, and using ZynSubFX software and virtual instrument played by the Casio.
* Alienware M11xR2, Windows 7, Vocaloid, Arturia Analog Experience The Factory, with Laboratory Factorary 5000, on preset "Wheel" by G. Darcy emulating the MINI V, analog output from there to input port 7 on the Tascam US-2000.
-- So, listening to this now that it was automatically uploaded to the Synthetic Zen channel, the webcam speaker was definitely being over-driven, especially by the bass. I will try a future test with the audio mix output of the Alesis mixer, directly to the mic input port of the laptop doing the webcam broadcast, and see if that gives it a cleaner and more controlled audio, since the music is completely over-driving the poor QuickCam 920C built-in microphone. Microsoft Surface Pro 2 with Windows 10. - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RyTqt6cEI4