How to solve audio feedback issues when live streaming via @BlitzCityDIY #MixMinus
Liz Clark has a great video on her audio/mixer setup for live streaming. This is great resource for folks who are using multiple audio channels and doing live streams.
Mix minus is an audio production technique that lets you get all of your audio signals where they need to go while avoiding problems such as feedback, interference, etc. It can come in handy if you’re on a video call, a livestream or other similar technical situations. There’s a million different ways to do it and here I’ll show you the way I’m currently utilizing it for my setup and needs.
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