Twitch Updates Music Guidelines

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With the major concern of copyrighted music, Twitch has updated their Music Guidelines to better reflect the rules of what can and can’t be used while broadcasting. Failure to follow these rules may result in action being taken in accordance with the DMCA Guidelines as well as the Community Guidelines, in which muted VODs, suspension, […]

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Mixer Creative Music IRL Categories

Mixer Expands Creative, Music, IRL Categories

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  Streaming for some time has been largely associated with video games. There are those that use streaming as an outlet for their creative sides though. They love performing for an audience or love to stream to inform or teach a skill. Mixer has recognized this and is introducing Creative, Music, and other categories to […]

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Setting up a professional multicam broadcast TwitchCon 2016

Setting Up a Professional Multi-cam Live Music or Creative Broadcast on a Budget [TwitchCon 2016 Panel]

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For the complete list of panels, check out the main TwitchCon 2016 panel recap post.VoD link: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/93384608 Moderator: SceneOfActionMusic Participants: VisualJamie, MissCookiez (parts at the start are missing, got cut from the vod) Music: Streaming music gives you a direct connection to your audience. You can answer questions, people give you feedback, buy your music, etc. It creates momentum, you […]

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Avoiding Dead Air

Avoiding Dead Air

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One of the biggest challenges streamers face, especially smaller streamers, is avoiding dead air. What is dead air? Dead air is a point in a stream or cast where there is a lull in activity from caster, chat, and/or game. The impact dead air can have on your stream can be quite negative, possibly resulting […]

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