Welcome to Streamer’s Haven! My name is Mr. Goodhand, a pleasure to meet you! I started this blog in order to help you gain success on Twitch, Mixer, and YouTube. Or in other words, to teach you how to get viewers on twitch, mixer, and YouTube.
The Key to how to get viewers on Twitch, Mixer, and YouTube – The Content
By using the techniques and skills outlined in our blog, I am certain you will be able to improve your content significantly. I have done extensive research into audio, video and entertainment presentation.
To have an edge over the competition, you need to beat them in both presentation and self-marketing. A lot of people assume social media is enough… It’s not. You need to do a lot more than just advertise on social media.
Our Latest posts to help you improve your content
The Tools of the Trade – Recommended Recording & Streaming Software
- (Recommended)OBS – Open Broadcaster Software
- This is the main branch of OBS and has access to the latest features in OBS. I prefer the main branch over SLOBS for its support of my favorite VST plugin Suite By Melda Productions; In addition, I prefer the interface of OBS over SLOBS.
- SLOBS (Affiliate Link) – StreamLabs Open Broadcaster Software – NonAffiliate link
- SLOBS is a fork of the main OBS branch. It is a very powerful tool, with many features & integrations the main OBS branch lacks. SLOBS is also arguably easier to use over OBS. I prefer the original OBS over SLOBS due to the layout and the support for Melda Productions VST Plugins, however, both are fantastic.
- Xsplit – I have not used Xsplit, but this is the other popular choice. I don’t support the paid model that they lock features behind.
Helpful YouTube channels to follow
A number of prominent Content Creators on YouTube cover in detail a lot of streamer related content. From EposVox and his amazing OBS masterclass series to Jayztwocents for building the pc capable of running the resource-demanding programs for streaming; You’ll have everything you need to be able to pull off a high-quality stream the first time.
- EposVox – Fantastic OBS, Audio, and video equipment coverage
- BoothJunkie – This man is an audio legend, and has tons of useful home studio tips and tricks as well as voice over tips and tricks. Great for learning how to talk properly into your microphones.
- Jayztwocents – Fantastic gaming-focused PC building advice. Applies to gamer streamers
- Podcastage – Great audio related channel full of microphone tests.