Because of COVID-19, I'm giving piano classes via Internet to my students. Problem is:
When my student plays soft passages (in piano or pianissimo), audio either rises in volume or is clipped entirely. And overall the audio compression blocks me from analysing dynamics in my student's playing.
I need a solution (desktop/mobile app/web based/whatever) which doesn't compress the audio, either mine or from my student. It seems all solutions I've tested (below) are optimized only for speech (which is compreensible). I've used to this moment:
- Google Meet (or Hangouts Meet)
- Jitsi Meet
Edit (May 28, 2021): As this question was considered off-topic, I want to clarify that I'm not "seeking recommendations for specific equipment", but trying to solve a common problem with music classes in a pandemic scenario. The "required function and setting in which the equipment will be used" is, as clearly stated in the original question, a video conferencing solution that doesn't compress the audio, just that.
As I searched through past year, the simplest solution is a configuration in Zoom, as @Deb's answer. Another (non-free and not-so-simple) option is Audiomovers Listento, that a faculty professor is using in one of my doctorate disciplines. I didn't test it anyway.