Tutorial: Adding Music to your Twitch broadcast

Last Updated: 2022-11-02

[NOTE: This information is no longer valid, it's here only for historical and archive purposes].

Twitch Feedback: Starting November 1st 2022, the Amazon Music Twitch extension will no longer be supported and will be removed from the Extensions Discovery tab..
Source: https://help.twitch.tv/s/article/amazon-music?language=en_US.

Today's episode is a Console Streamer How-to!
I am going to provide a tutorial on adding ANY music to your twitch broadcast.

  • No Copyright strikes
  • No Content take downs
  • No muted or deleted VODs
  • No DMCA suspensionn
  • No additional equipment needed (no capture card, no mixer)
  • BONUS: Monetize Your Broadcast
PC users, and Anyone wanting to add music to their stream, can benefit from this as well!

Twitch is banning and suspending streamers when they play music on their live broadcast, sometimes twitch will mute the full audio of all Video on Demand (VODs) or delete video clips but, you can't rely on this method to keep yourself and your channel safe.
With the instructions on this video, you can play any music live on stream without any penalty, also the resulting VODs and clips can be re-used on youtube and other social medial platforms with no need to edit out the audio.
Let me know what you think!


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