- 1 How do you record a virtual orchestra?
- 2 How do you make a virtual concert video?
- 3 How do you record a virtual ensemble?
- 4 What software do virtual choirs use?
- 5 How do you do a virtual performance?
- 6 How do I make a virtual band?
- 7 How do you make a virtual choir?
- 8 How do virtual choirs work?
- 9 How much does it cost to make a virtual choir video?
- 10 How do you use a virtual chorister?
How do you record a virtual orchestra?
- Step 1: (headphones unplugged) – Start recording.
- Step 2: Hit ‘Play’ on the conductor video.
- Step 3: Wait for the two claps to happen, then plug in your headphones and get ready.
- Step 4: Play along with conductor video.
- Step 5: Post your video!
How do you make a virtual concert video?
How to Livestream Your Music: Putting On a Virtual Concert
- Choose the platform for your virtual concert.
- Sell tickets or set up a digital tip jar.
- Gather your livestream or recording gear.
- Choose simple livestreaming or recording software.
- Set up your instruments and space for your concert at home.
How do you record a virtual ensemble?
How To Record Your Part For A Virtual Ensemble Or Virtual
- Record horizontally not vertically.
- Choose a Good Camera Angle.
- Place Your Camera at Eye Height.
- Light In Front, Not Behind.
- Check The Dress Code.
- Check Your Background.
- Use Earphones.
- Hide Your Earphones.
What software do virtual choirs use?
NCACDA sponsored a five-day boot camp (90 minutes each) on how to put together a virtual choir performance. The software being used is Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro, but the process can be applied to any platform. Note this will take hours and hours of editing time!
How do you do a virtual performance?
Here are my tips for creating a virtual choir performance with your own students:
- Start with a single, short performance.
- Prep your guide track.
- Plan your performance.
- Set clear recordings guidelines for your students.
- Edit and mix your audio and video separately.
- Plan your layout.
- Post the performance.
How do I make a virtual band?
The basic steps would be:
- Send your students guide tracks to play along with.
- Ask each student to record their part – audio only – while listening to the guide track (making sure headphones are on when they record)
- Have the students send you the audio file they’ve recorded.
How do you make a virtual choir?
Our 8-step guide to making your own virtual choir!
- Step 1: Plan the project.
- Step 2: Prepare your guide tracks.
- Step 3: Send out materials.
- Step 4: Hold a rehearsal (optional)
- Step 5: Have your singers record their parts.
- Step 5: Convert the files.
- Step 6: Edit the audio.
- Step 7: Edit the video.
How do virtual choirs work?
The virtual choir sound is only really a simulation of a real choir. It’s achieved by asking choir members to record themselves singing along to a backing track, which is played through headphones. We send a special backing track to choir members.
How much does it cost to make a virtual choir video?
$40/performer per video for standard editing * plus $500 one-time fee to set up your account (per school or organization, covering all ensembles for a year).
How do you use a virtual chorister?
Through Virtual Chorister, a conductor or choir director can provide a reference video with which choir members can synchronize, and after recording their part, choir members can upload their video to the app. Once every member’s section is uploaded, a user can combine every section to make a complete recording.