is a service that streams your live audio content to several destination simultaneously.
Performing live is challenging enough, let us take care to distribute your audio to selected destinations, such as FaceBook, YouTube, Twitch and HLS via our server infrastructure.
The Live Processor picks up the audio signal and streams it to the connected stream server. The various stream destinations can be set directly here. Volume can be adjusted and the signal can be monitored. If required, the signal can also be routed to a monitor output.
Our world wide Stream Server network is responsible for encoding the audio signal and streaming it to the various selected destinations. This setup allows a lower network bandwidth that is required to transport the signal from the place of origin to the various destinations.
The stream destinations can be various social networks such as Facebook and YouTube, which are served using RTMP. In addition, HLS streaming can be selected, that makes the stream available to the listeners by URL, over our CDN.
Anyone who wants to broadcast their art, music or spoken word live on the internet!
With live you expand your reach and your fans can more easily participate in your work. You can concentrate on your art and work, namely on creating professional audio content. Audio only eliminates the additional effort and costs that arise in the professional creation and transmission of moving pictures.
musicians & bands
spoken word artists
podcaster & journalists
venues & festivals
Developing excellent and robust systems requires extensive testing. To ensure this, we invite you to take part in our beta test program.
As a beta tester you get a free of charge stream license that you can use according to your needs.
The stream license has following specification:
|RTMP streams (FaceBook, YouTube etc.)||x 5|
|HLS stream (via CDN)||x 1|
First come first serve. The first 1000 people signing up will automatically receive a free license.
|Operating System:||macOS 10.7+ or Windows 7+|
|Network min. upload:||1600 kbit / 200 KB|