June 23, 2020
Livestream 101 Webinar with Guillermo Subauste
June 23, 2020
LIVESTREAM 101 WEBINAR
Guest Lecturer: Guillermo Subauste (Stream Tune-up)
Tuesday, June 23
FREE with RSVP: Zoom
(Max 100 attendees)
The COVID-19 pandemic is keeping us all in lockdown at home, and has forced the cancellation or postponement of all live events for the foreseeable future. Yet musicians and artists are feeding our need for connection with livestream concerts and parties from their living rooms – engaging directly with their fans through the Internet.
Are you a musician or artist? Want to learn more about how to put on your own livestream show? Or are you already “going live” and want to step up your game? Don’t miss this “Livestream 101” webinar with Guillermo Subauste, a Toronto-based producer, musician, and engineer, who specializes in livestream concert production and consulting.
Guillermo will be interviewed by the vice-president of Wavelength’s Board of Directors, Pothik Karim, a passionate music fan who has been performing in bands for over 25 years and has contributed to blogTO, Indie88, and the Wavelength Wavelog.
Sign up now – this webinar is free to attend, but space is limited to 100 attendees!
Many thanks to WILL who allowed us to use a screenshot of her recent livestream with us on the poster!
About Guillermo Subauste
He emerged from the Peruvian punk rock scene of the early 2000s, with a DIY approach that allowed me 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 returned to Peru where he toured as the Front of House engineer for Latin Grammy nomination and MTV Latin America Award recipient, Adammo, mixing shows with audiences of up to 120,000 people.
In December of 2010, he moved to Toronto, Canada where he started gaining a reputation as a mixing engineer and musician, sharing stages with Measha Brueggergosman, The Honeyrunners, Pat Robitaille and Cayley Thomas. Before opening his own studio in the city, he was lucky to have taught at Recording Arts Canada, toured worldwide with The Sadies and engineered at Revolution Recording for 2 years.
About Wavelength Music
Wavelength Music is a curated concert series designed to champion creativity, co-operation and collaboration in the independent music and arts scenes. Established in 2000, we are a non-profit arts organization that puts artists and the community first. A cornerstone of the Toronto music scene, Wavelength Music has championed literally thousands of emerging artists during its decade-plus run.