RØDE Introduces RØDE Connect

US Software solution for podcasting and streaming with the NT-USB Mini mic      14/04/21

RØDE has introduced RØDE Connect, which they describe as a simple and powerful software solution for podcasting and streaming with the NT-USB Mini. They say that, offering an intuitive, fully featured recording interface inspired by the RØDECaster Pro, the ability to connect up to four NT-USB Minis to a single computer, seamless integration with video call and streaming applications, and so much more, RØDE Connect is the easiest way to record a podcast and livestream with incredible audio.

KEY FEATURES OF RØDE CONNECT

  • Completely FREE to download – versions for Mac and PC available
  • Connect up to four NT-USB Minis to one computer – no complex routing required
  • Fully featured recording interface – complete with broadcast-style faders, level metering, mute buttons, and more
  • Unlock the NT-USB Mini's internal digital signal processing power – one-click access to a noise gate, compressor and legendary APHEX® Aural Exciter™ and Big Bottom™ effects
  • Virtual channels – for seamlessly connecting remote guests, integrating streaming applications, and adding music beds and other external audio
  • Automatic mix-minus on every channel – for crystal-clear, echo-free audio
  • Simple to use – the easiest way to podcast and streamline gaming audio


 RØDE CEO Damien Wilson, told us, "The NT-USB Mini, coupled with RØDE Connect, marks a huge leap forward for simple solutions that allow anyone to create a professional sounding podcast. And the possibilities the software offers for livestreaming applications are incredibly powerful. No other audio company in the world is doing anything like this."

Pricing and Availability:
RØDE Connect is available for free download.

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