Mixer / Recorder for live-streaming chamber music
mnaef at navisto.ch
Sat May 22 23:14:39 CEST 2021
I have to admit, during a show when I’m managing four cameras, text overlays, microphone levels and mutes, setting up IP addresses and recompiling linux kernels aren’t exactly the first things that cross my mind… 😉
Seriously though: At the moment I am using two laptops to control my rig – one dedicated for the graphics/overlays, the other to check audio levels and mutes. Although this has been perfectly reliable so far, I do get peace of mind by knowing that I could finish the show even if both laptops crashed. I am now setting up the Stream Deck XL to control the graphics, so I won’t need two computers anymore. At the moment I need about two hours to just install all equipment. I would like to reduce that time so that I can focus more on perfecting camera angles, lights, and doing a thorough sound check. Adding more computers and recording software would detract from that target, hence my focus on all-in-one boxes.
I just noticed I could control the Behringer X32 series from the Stream Deck as well, so that is becoming an increasingly likely option…
From: music-bar <music-bar-bounces at lists.music-bar.org> On Behalf Of Joost Schuttelaar
Sent: Samstag, 22. Mai 2021 13:10
To: Music-bar <music-bar at lists.music-bar.org>
Subject: Re: Mixer / Recorder for live-streaming chamber music
On 22 May 2021, at 12:38, Ibi Sum <ibisum at gmail.com <mailto:ibisum at gmail.com> > wrote:
No on board recording though. Could always use a Raspberry Pi for that. If you use the X-Air’s wifi access point you can even use your iPad to SSH into the R-pi to ensure it’s recording (I’d write a systemd daemon which simply always records all USB audio or something).
A pretty amusing and comical idea for this project… I think Martin needs something that’d work under duress.
Last thing I’d want to be doing during a choral recording session is using ssh to check levels. :p
Seriously Joost, seriously ….
Hah! :) You can just confirm levels using the iPad app :) or just use a Macbook instead of the R-pi for recording, can skip the iPad too then.
The Hague, NL
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