RØDE has made its Wi-fi Go II dual-channel microphone system much more succesful and moveable with a pair of updates. The primary replace is a brand new RØDE Central cellular app that makes it doable to completely customise and configure the wi-fi microphone system by way of a cellular system, whereas the second is new compatibility with the RØDE Join desktop app, which lets you use the system with podcasting or streaming software program.
Till now, the RØDE Wi-fi Go II system required a desktop laptop to vary varied settings, together with recording mode, adjusting the achieve settings and different granular controls. Now, all of those options, in addition to firmware updates, might be doable with Android and iOS apps due to the brand new RØDE Central Cell app.
The one notable operate lacking within the cellular app is the power to switch recordings on to your cellular system from the microphones. It’s unclear if this performance might be added at a later date, however because it stands, recordings will nonetheless have to be offloaded by way of the onboard USB-C port.
So as to join with the cellular app, RØDE Wi-fi Go II methods will have to be up to date one remaining time with the desktop app to allow wi-fi connectivity.
The following replace is one to RØDE’s Join desktop app, which makes it doable to report podcasts and stream audio immediately out of your laptop. With this newest replace, now you can use the Wi-fi Go II system to get professional-grade audio wirelessly throughout interviews, livestreams, podcasts and extra.
Every transmitter could be assigned to its personal channel for simpler unbiased management and different RØDE microphones can be utilized along with the Wi-fi Go II system if further audio is required.
The RØDE Join replace ought to be obtainable for anybody who already has the app put in. When you don’t have already got it put in, it may be downloaded free of charge on RØDE’s web site.