Zoom Settings - Online Lessons
HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF ON-LINE LESSONS
Make sure you have a device able to support both video and audio at the same time.
Ensure your device is plugged in or running on full battery at the start.
Have headphone handy, in case we experience feedback or distortion.
Be ready and waiting 5 minutes before your lesson so you can get started straight away.
Instead of tilting the screen when you standing, just step back, so I can view your body.
Backing tracks need to be played from a phone or another device. If it’s not loud enough, put the phone in an empty ceramic coffee mug. It will amplify the sound.
Have a glass of water within reach.
Have your device at eye level or higher so you are not straining or bending your neck to be able to see the screen.
ZOOM AUDIO SETTING FOR SINGING or MUSIC:
Please note; these screen shots are visible during a Zoom meeting.
1. Click the up arrow next to microphone, and click “ Audio settings” bottom, left of screen
2. Uncheck "Automatically adjust volume"
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3. On the lower right of the window, click “ Advanced.”
Tick or check "Show in-meeting option to 'Enable Original Sound' from Microphone"
Disable - "Suppress persistent background noise"
Disable - “Suppress intermittent background noise.
In the top left corner of your screen, you';; see "Turn on original sound". Both the teacher and student should click
These filters are designed for talking, not music; the processors are confused by the sustained notes and overtones,
which will cause distortions and glitches in the audio.
P.s. some student have mentioned that their screens look different. I'm using a PC so it may look different on Apple products.