Premiere Concert Tutorial
Groupmuse offers the opportunity for musicians to feature pre-recorded concerts as ' Premieres', using the feature of the same name on YouTube.
The Groupmuse Premiere concert experience is exactly the same as the Livestream Concert Format, the only difference being that the performance is a pre-recorded YouTube Premiere video, rather than a YouTube Livestream.
This feature is useful for musicians who:
- Don't have the capability to stream live, but would like to create an event that features online content via the Groupmuse platform.
- Have recently produced a high-end video production and are looking to create an interesting event that maximizes audience attendance and ticket sales, and also allows musicians a platform to discuss this project live with an audience via Zoom before and after the premiere.
*Note: we require all pre-recorded Premiere videos to follow the same format as Livestream Groupmuses (roughly 45 minutes of music, with an optional 2-5 minute intermission). Additionally, the video used in Groupmuse premieres should be the first time they are shown online. The material must not be posted elsewhere publically prior to the Groupmuse's event date.*
To set up a Premiere Video on YouTube, see the following steps below; be sure to set your premiere to begin at the exact start time of your groupmuse.
Once you upload your premiere, you can paste your Youtube video link onto your Groupmuse event page either while filling out the event form here:
Or after you submit the form under the music section of the event page here: