Thank you for performing at LMC’s Livestream Venue!
Please fill this out to ensure you get the most out of your show.
Below are some FAQ's to consider while you're planning your livestream.
Will I need extra time?
All the gear at LMC is free to use. If you'd like to use your own gear we may require you to book extra time. Example: To use your own drums we would need time to break down our kit, replace it with yours, mic and sound check it.
The lighting presets are for use within the hour of setup that is pre-arranged. For any options not preset extra time may be needed. Any pre-recorded clips or chroma key effects need to be owned by or licensed to you. You may need extra time if you prefer to use anything outside of presets.
What PA System is used?
Mixer: Allen & Heath QU16
Personal Monitors: ME500
Wedges: Electro-Voice ZLX 12”
Drum Mics: Audix DP7s
Instrument Mics: Shure SM57s
Vocal Mics: Shure SM58s
*With ME500's you can also use headphones or in ears. (Not provided)
What backline gear is provided?
INSTRUMENTS & EXTRAS:
Drums: Pearl Export w/ Zildjian Custom A’s
Guitar Amps: Marshall DSL Tube, Fender SuperChamp X2
Effects Pedals: Multiple distortions, chorus, phaser, wah, etc
Bass Amp: Fender Rumble 150
Keyboard: Yamaha MX61
Percussion: Bongos, maracas, egg shakers, tambourine, cowbell, etc
Guitars & Basses: Multiple available (though we recommend bringing your own)
What Lighting & FX presets are available?
LIST OF PRE-SET LIGHTING:
Solid Colors / Warm Tones / Earthy Tones / Cool Tones / Colorful Mix
(Custom Lighting Options Available Upon Request)
LIST OF PRE-SET EFFECTS:
Greyscale / Greyscale +1 Color / High-Contrast / Chroma Key / Pre-Rec. Clips
(We do have a small library of Chroma Key Effects available as well)
Can I play cover songs?
This one is a bit tricky, but basically covers are allowed. However, please keep in mind if it does NOT fall under one of the 4 major music rights companies, YouTube may remove the audio. This is actually a huge improvement. A while back they’d just delete your video. To find out if your cover song is… covered… (couldn’t help myself) check out this helpful website!
What are the a la carte options?
Livestreaming isn't meant to replace live music. How could it? Rather consider the opportunities that you wouldn't normally have at a live show. Such as making a Promo Video to shop around to venues, festivals, endorsement deals, record companies, etc. They want to see and hear quality. With this option it's never been so easy to put your best foot forward when seeking opportunities. Other bands have made an entire live studio album easily and inexpensively. There are a lot of possibilities so think outside the box!
SUGGESTED VENUE DONATION - $50
*We created something new and we’re giving it away freely. It’s extremely difficult and expensive. If you're not purchasing a la carte options, please be supportive and donate.
PROMO VIDEO - $50
*HD copy of the Livestream. No watermarks, no effects. Cut out a minute, slap your logo on the front, contact on the end.
(Have LMC do it for you for $50 more.)
PERFECT PICTURE - $100
*All 4 camera angles in HD plus the Promo Video edit.
(We jokingly call this the 2nd Chance. If you don’t like the stream, fix it with some easy editing! We’ll even replace ours with your new edit.)
LIVE ALBUM - $200
*All 16 unmixed audio tracks plus the Logic Pro project file.
(Have LMC mix & master it for only $50 hourly.)
THE WORKS - $300
*2 hours of Extra Studio Time.
*All 4 camera angles in HD. (Make it 4K RAW for $200 more.)
*All 16 unmixed audio tracks. (Have LMC mix & master it for only $50 hourly.)
(LMC must be notified in advance to purchase this option.)
EXTRA STUDIO TIME - $50 Hourly
*Pick up shots, green screen, mixing & mastering, overdubbing, extra studio time, etc.
Sounds good. Anything else?
You'll connect to your fans in a whole new way with a live chat. But let's be honest, you may be too focused on playing the show. That's why we offer a Post-Show Interview with a professional. They'll address questions you may have missed, give you a chance to promote upcoming events & releases, and give your fans a new look into your band's dynamic.
Remember, it's not a live show... that's the point. It's new. It's different. Don't try to simply recreate a live show. Embrace the changes and get creative!