When the pandemic hit all my shows were cancelled and people stopped booking studio time, so the only option was to move my guitar students online and teach via Zoom. I use my recording studio console to send high quality audio via an app called “Audio Movers” which is far superior to Zoom for music. For video I have three Aida HD-100A cameras feeding to an ATEM mini which allows me to switch camera angles for left and right hand closeups, plus feed diagrams via video out from a laptop (or screen sharing via Zoom).
The Audio Movers app has been a god send - I’ve even done some remote mixing sessions for clients with it. The Aida cameras are fantastic - great video quality without the bulk of a typical ILC. I also upgraded from the ATEM mini to the ISO model since this makes recording tutorials for students a breeze. Once we are allowed to have recitals again I plan to live stream to a private channel so students can share with friends and relatives that otherwise could not attend.
Oh, the mic is an AEA R84. Being a recording studio I have plenty of high end mics to choose from. The R84 is a ribbon mic with great proximity - which means I can place it up out of the way and not sound thin. It also sounds great on acoustic guitars (electric’s send a direct signal through a Fractal Audio processor).
Edit: almost forgot - I repurposed my stage lights (LED Pars) for video lights. You can see two of them i in the pic.
If you have audio questions, please feel free to hit me up.