Livestreaming For ArtistsSince the pandemic started musicians have had to engage with their audience in other ways other than in-person live performances. Some forms of engagement include performing from home with little to no support from technicians. In this workshop, Stream Tune-up's Guillermo Subauste will show you some tips and tricks on how to get better video and audio at low cost and with little to no hassle.

You Will Learn: 
  • Affordable streaming equipment
  • Camera positioning and lighting
  • Optimizing your phone and computer for streaming
  • How to get better audio from home
About the Instructor:

Guillermo Subauste (@g_subauste - @streamtuneup) Guillermo Subauste has been performing, producing, song writing, mixing albums, recording and  doing live sound around the world for 20 years. He  emerged from the Peruvian punk rock scene of the early 2000s, with a DIY approach that allowed him to play countless shows, organize festivals and work as a sound engineer for several bands at a local studio in Lima, as well as doing live sound.
After a 2 year period at The Banff Centre, where he worked alongside great artists and producers (Jane Bunnet, The Bad Plus, Joni Mitchell) at the state of the art facilities in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, he moved back to Peru where I toured as the Front of House engineer for Adammo (Latin Grammy nomination and MTV Latin America Award recipient), mixing shows with audiences of up to 120,000 people. In December 2010 he moved to Toronto where he’s worked as an engineer for Revolution Recording, taught at Recording Arts Canada, toured with The Sadies, Gord Downie, Randy Bachman, Sarah Harmer and Kathleen Edwards. In 2015 he opened his own studio and gained more reputation as a mixing engineer and musician, sharing stage with Measha Brueggergosman, The Honeyrunners, Pat Robitaille and Cayley Thomas while also working on soundtracks for films such as “Dreaming of a Jewish Christmas”, Youtube Premium “Dallas and Robo”.
When the pandemic hit he started Stream Tune-Up (, a company that provides streaming solutions for different artists and organizations, as well as doing one on one consultations with artists wanting to improve their streams, happy clients include Sidedoor Access, Said The Whale, Creative Commons, STARS…, Sarah Slean, Dan Mangan, West Vancouver Memorial Library, The Horseshoe Tavern/Lee’s Palace, Lowest of The Low, Good Lovelies and more.

General Admission - $35+ tax
Member Admission -FREE

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