The Stuff of Streams

Thanks to COVID-19, and artists and venues shifting their focus to online streams, we may be seeing more jazz performances than ever before. What we’re , though, isn’t always so appealing. The quality of an audio track within a video stream from YouTube, Facebook, and most other sources is a step down from live sound. Fortunately, there are steps we can take to make it better—and venues and festivals that are trying to go beyond low-resolution sound.

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