Exploring the Music Community on Twitch!

in music •  3 months ago

Would you like to explore with me the music community on Twitch because if you are tired of watching videos on YouTube, you might find something that you like on Twitch?

Exploring the Music Community on Twitch!

Twitch is a live-streaming platform, which is mainly known for live streaming games, and if it didn't have anything else, then I would certainly have not been interested.

Exploring the Music Community on Twitch!

I am not a live streamer and do not intent to be, but on Twitch you need life streamers and viewers, which I will be.

The advantage of streaming on Twitch apparently, is that you only have live streams and you can create a community around what you do. As a streamer you can build an audience and earn some money along the way.

Exploring the Music Community on Twitch!

In addition to video game live streams there are also a whole lot of creative communities, and the one I am interested in is the "Music" community.

Exploring the Music Community on Twitch!

There are different genres and the first one I got to watch is "EighthRadio" because I like the accordion and I haven't listened to this kind of music for quite a long time.

Exploring the Music Community on Twitch!

This musician, Vadim, is really good and his music is very entertaining and relaxing at the same time.

I just love it.

When you like a creator, as a viewer you have the possibility to tip, cheer and subscribe.

After buying my first 1,000 Bits, I cheered that musician with 500 Bits, which is $5.

Exploring the Music Community on Twitch!

The next day, a couple of other people cheered as well, one gave 1,000 Bits and the second one 500 Bits.

This make me think that there is a real opportunity to make some money if you are a musician with regular live streams where you can interact with viewers and the rest of the time you can stream videos you have recorded.

This was a short post, but I hope you enjoyed reading it and that you will give Twitch a try.

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I bealieve in music and dance

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Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us.

music is a nature pain killer hope this platform help people to refresh thierself

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Twitch looks like there's money waiting to be made, but I think it's actually really hard. Takes a lot of commitment to create a following that's willing to sub ($$$) or give you money ($$$). I watch esports tournaments on twitch but don't subscribe to anyone. I prefer youtube style videos that I can watch whenever I want and have been edited.

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Yes, you are right @zhuwa, it takes a lot of commitment and not every viewer is willing to pay for a subscription. The musician I mention has 52 subscriptions apparently, which makes him $4.99 x 52 = $259 per month plus tips... Maybe he should try Dlive!