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Live at StickyStage

Last Friday we organised our second public test. We had great performances and loved your chats and cheers. MANY thanks to all the artists that made this great evening possible!

Electric Love

From now on everybody can stream to StickyStage. This means every artist can open an account and start streaming their music from wherever they like. If you know musicians or make music yourself, let’s start streaming! With your support we will make StickyStage THE platform where live music and music fans come together.

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StickyStage partners with MistServer


Today we're happy to announce that we've partnered with DDVTech. At StickyStage we have a background in software development for online video streaming. With a firm background in video encoding, decoding, networking and interactive graphics and strong believe in the Open Source community we have partnered with DDVTech.

DDVTech is at the forefront of streaming media innovations with its solution MistServer. MistServer is used as the backbone of media systems all over the planet: encoder manufacturers, media appliance creators, CDNs, workflow management systems and many more all trust MistServer to deliver consistent quality and innovation. StickyStage will provide resources to implement WebRTC in MistServer. Besides this, we love to tinker about using technologies in a creative way and working with a company like DDVTech allows us to do just that. We're proud and looking forward to show the first results of this partnership in the next months.

Our first test was a big success

Strik en Strak being groovy at StickyStage

Yesterday we invited the dutch DJ’s Strik and Strak to our office for our very first live stream on StickyStage. These masters of funky grooves spinned some nice tunes for about an hour while a selected group tested all the StickyStage features and gave us some useful comments. Besides some minor setup issues the test went better than expected and gave us the confidence to open our StickyStage platform for public use in about two weeks. Click here see our first livesteam of Strik and Strak, In the meantime we’ll work night and day to make our live music stage public to everyone as soon as possible. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter to stay updated.