Category Archives: Tutorial or Handout

Music in the age of Covid-19, Part 2 streaming tech

by AlanRowoth on April 18, 2020

This is part 2 of my post from earlier in the week. It’s going to explain the technical aspects of streaming from different configurations. This is the information that everybody wants, but everybody wishes wasn’t so complicated. Let’s dive in. If you are going to make internet live streaming an integral part of your career […]

Music in the age of Covid-19 – Streaming and more

by AlanRowoth on April 16, 2020

When I started heavily promoting live streaming back in 2015, I knew it was going to be an important part of our future. Little did I realize it would become an essential technology for so many people just a few years later. I won’t lie. It’s been a hard sell. Humans instinctively hate and fear […]

Making Music Together. The value of Social Music.

by AlanRowoth on November 9, 2018

The first music was social music. Scientists have found musical instruments dating back 40,000 years or more, but anthropologists feel music is much older, maybe as much as half a million years, predating any recorded history, perhaps even language itself. There is something very elemental about making and sharing music. My earliest musical experiences were […]

Group Mentoring Saturday 11/10 at 11:30am Fiske Room

by AlanRowoth on November 2, 2018

I will be doing a group mentoring at NERFA on Saturday Morning in the Fiske Room. 11:30-12:15 (no signup required) “Live Streaming – Techniques, Tips, and Tricks” Discussing the plethora of streaming options and platforms coming online for musicians, ways to monetize those streams, the hardware and software necessary to look and sound good. Be […]