For artists, the show must go on—and Zoom is their Venue
Stuck at home amid the pandemic, creative people are finding new ways to use videoconferencing software that once was confined to the home office. That’s right we now do what we have to do “keep the music” alive as my Buddy Lee Boz” May (RIP) would say. So part of keeping the music alive for all musicians is using Zoom. Yup it’s easier than you think so find a topic and get yourself online. Checkout the full article for more tips here.
Zoom offers a full-featured Basic Plan for free with unlimited meetings. Try Zoom for as long as you like – there is no trial period. Your Basic plan has a 40 minutes time limit on meetings with three or more total participants. Need your group meetings to last longer than 40 minutes? Check out the options below. (Update supposedly they are reducing limitations for COVID-19.)
Coronavirus has changed the world and now artists might possibly need lots of side gigs. You are probably pursuing, searching out all types of side jobs. Musicians want side gigs that fit the musician lifestyle which would allow you to continue pursuing your career. So why not make a few bucks while using the tools .