Welcome to Westchase Music School Live
Westchase Music School is proud to having completed the first LIVE Stream of our 6 student recitals on Saturday May 11th, 2019. It was an unforgettable experience with many amazing talents and touching moments.
Unfortunately the sound of our live stream was not always optimal. Especially the 11:30 recitals had some poor audio quality. We apologize for that and will make sure that for the upcoming winter recital the sound will be perfect. For the upcoming Live Streams we will have a new setup that allows to store the student recitals on local memory cards. If something should go wrong with the live upload to youtube – such as an internet glitch – we will be able to delete the live stream video and then post-upload it from the local file.
If you have a chance please subscribe to our YouTube Channel. By doing so we will have additional streaming privileges in the future such as enhanced resolution, custom URL and priority service. We need 100 subscribers to take advantage of the privileges.
Westchase Music School Live will stream our Student biannual recitals. We invite everybody who cannot attend the onsite event to join our YouTube streaming channel which is available worldwide.
It is also possible to chat with us during the live stream event. Our Web Presenter will answer questions and acknowledge comments. We highly appreciate your feedback as in regards to student performance as well as video and sound quality.
Last but not least a firm shout-out to our dedicated Video Crew that was working all day long during the student recital. 6 hours of live Broadcast needs a lot of perseverance and patience. Our video crew Jiya Giridharan (Video Switcher), Rahul Ranjith Kumar (Camera Operator), Hana Struga (Web Presenter), Owen Wyatt (Camera Operator) AnLan Xu (Remote Camera Operator) and Ashrith Kolli (Camera Operator).
The Video Equipment used: 3 cameras Panasonic GH5 each with motorized zoom and Lilliput 7″ production screen. HDMI to SDI converters on each camera. SDI cables are connected to Blackmagic ATEM switcher. Sound: 4 condenser microphones connected to 2 cameras. Intercom from cameraman to video switcher. David Clark headsets used. One headsets had a gel leak. That is why you see one operator (Rahul) with a tissue paper on his left ear.