I think using OBS would be easiest - along with your video (If you're using a camera you need a capture card, otherwise you have to use a webcam) you can use whatever mic you want for sax going into your DAW, have the tracks in there to play over, then bus all of that audio out to OBS and to whomever is listening/watching!Hi folks,
I've done gigs beyond count live with my pair of QSC CP12s or pair of K12s and backing tracks on iPod, with a microphone as needed.
However, I've been approached to provide REMOTE entertainment due to COVID-19.
I'm wondering if I'm better off just using my zoom H6 setup for it's USB functionality, and use that as my laptop's (USB-based) microphone, and just play the backing tracks behind me or next to the microphone as ambient sound, so i don't have to wear headphones....
... or, would it sound cleaner somehow if the H6 could take in the backing tracks as a line in and be blended somehow, where I'd have to use headphones of the live mix as it was happening?
What have others done to send out a remote sax-with-tracks sound with video for these kinds of things?