I hit ‘record’ on three different platforms.
I have Brett connect to Tryca.st. That records myself and Brett locally and uploads the file and produces an MP3. I download both tracks, but only use Brett’s because…
I use Audio Hijack to record me, Brett and the effects on my end. So the effects and myself are local, but Brett’s audio is captured from coming over the Internet. I use my and the effects track.
Obviously we record the video locally and stream to Twitch and have Twitch set to automatically save the stream as a recording.
Zoom is used for Brett’s video only. I use a webcam on my end. We don’t use any of the audio from Zoom, this is one reason why Brett’s voice and video on Twitch does not look sync’d. A shortcoming, but one I can live with for now.
I take the local video and crop off the beginning ‘start’, render and upload the video to Youtube.
I run my and Brett’s audio through RX7. Save them out to wav and then drop them in Reaper along with effects and my track from Tryca.st. My file from Tryca.st is only to sync Brett, mine, and the effects track.
If I decide to edit, it’s usually for annoying noises in the track. I do it at 1.5 speed. It’s starting to wear on me so I’m considering skipping it.
I record patrons if there’s been any changes since last recording.
Export and mix that down out of Reaper and drop that back into RX7. I have a mastering preset chain I use. Then export that into mp3 file.
I take mp3 and drop it into Podcast Chapters where I put in the chapters and coinciding artwork. Extract that again and upload it to our audio host.
Then I do blog post/show notes, add link to audio file, date it in the future, copy/paste post and paste it into Patreon. In Patreon I add the mp3 and release it to patrons.
A day or hours later the public gets our show.