WoNoMute: “Live-streaming your own concert” with Dana Swarbrick

Dana Swarbrick will lead a web workshop on how to record and stream audio performances with free and open-source software. A highly applicable workshop in these corona restricted days. The seminar is free and open for those who identifies as women and non-binary.

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Dana Swarbrick will lead a workshop aimed at maximizing audio quality during live-streamed performances. The workshop will involve learning how to send audio from REAPER (a digital audio workstation available here: http://reaper.fm/download.php) to OBS Studio (Open Broadcaster Software; Free and open source software for video recording and live streaming available here: https://obsproject.com/) and into streaming services such as Facebook. Dana will also review how to use NINJAM in REAPER, open source software that allows you to jam across the internet (more information here: https://www.cockos.com/ninjam/).​ At the end of the workshop, you should feel comfortable live-streaming your own concert and connecting with others during this time of physical distancing. 


Dana Swarbrick is a singer-songwriter-scientist working as a doctoral researcher at RITMO, the University of Oslo's Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time, and Motion where she researches at the intersection of music and psychology."



Dana Swarbrick's webpage


Tags: Musikkteknologi, DAW, Streaming
Published Apr. 30, 2020 3:08 PM - Last modified Apr. 30, 2020 3:24 PM