Bandcamp Adds Ticketed Live Streams

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Bandcamp announced a live stream for virtual shows called Bandcamp Live. To take part of watch these live streams, you will need to require a ticket. The real time feature allows musicians to bring in cash from live exhibitions on the web, and may help a portion of the free performers who favor Bandcamp recover cash lost in dropped visits. 

Musicians will have the option to set costs for tickets, inform supporters when they go on special, and offer a virtual merchandise table. There's additionally a discretionary talk for fans while they watch the show. Any time a buy is made, it will be reported in the visit. 

Musicians have moved to live streams to recover lost ticket deals during the pandemic. Bandcamp is utilizing its current store as a bouncing off point, by making it simpler for specialists to set up shows somewhere they're now selling their music. 

This is certainly not a total streaming arrangement and any intrigued craftsman will even now require broadcasting programming, for example, OBS as indicated by Live's help pages. What's more, that may be the obstacle for specialists: live streaming requires specialized information they probably won't have; Bandcamp hasn't done a lot to address this other than offer an intensive help control.