Although Twitch’s main audience are gamers, it is still a great live streaming service to stream your own content. People such as The8BitDrummer and laura8863 are great examples of musicians that use Twitch to stream their talents. Twitch even has categories called “Just Chatting”, “Music and Performing Arts”, “Art”, and even “Food and Drink” for people looking to watch some non-gaming streams. Even if you’ve never streamed before, you can start streaming on Twitch within 15 minutes. All you need is an account, and one of the broadcasting softwares listed below.
YouTube is a platform that I’m sure we’re all familiar with for streaming content. You may even have your own music up on your channel. But of course you also have the option of live-streaming your content, so you can have an instant connection to your fans, wherever they may be, cozy at home. Here we break down what you’ll need to get started live-streaming on YouTube.