Do you play with your community?
On the weekends I'll jump into multiplayer games with the community sometimes. That's usually the best time to play with me.
Who does your art?
My wife does! If you would like a piece done, you can visit her fiverr profile https://www.fiverr.com/liquidmango
Can I do a series with you?
Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your channel. I'll get back to you.
Why don't you do 'X' as a series?
There could be all sorts of reasons why I'm not currently doing a particular game for a series. I may not have heard of the game until you mentioned it, the developer or publisher doesn't allow monetization, the game doesn't interest me, etc.
Do you read your YouTube comment section?
Time permitting, yes. As the channel grows, so does the number of comments I get. I can't promise I'll see yours specifically. Your criticisms are welcome, provided you're not being a jerk about it.
What are your PC specs?
- Intel i7-6700k
- GeForce GTX 980 Ti
- 16GB DDR4 Vengeance Corsair RAM
- 128GB SSD
- 2TB HDD
What software do you use to record and edit?
For streaming and video recording, I use Open Broadcaster Software Classic, https://obsproject.com/download. For audio, I use Adobe Audition, http://www.adobe.com/products/audition.html. For editing I use Adobe Premiere http://www.adobe.com/products/premiere.html.
I want to start a YouTube Channel. Can you help me?
This has been a learning process for me since I started doing YouTube Let's Plays near the end of 2015. Some particulars I'd recommend are ensuring you have an undisturbed place to record in, get a microphone that can record your voice clearly, learn how to edit audio, learn how to get the best performance out of your video recording software, and to play games that you enjoy playing. Beyond that, it's a matter of recording, editing, uploading, and refining your process over and over to get better at it. Viewers want to watch clean video and listen to clear audio.