Roland’s Go:Podcast offers an integrated system for livestreaming with iOS and Android mobile devices.

Roland Go:PodcastThe Go:Podcast mobile app and USB microphone allow easy creation of high-quality streams from intimate Just Chatting sessions to interviews, demonstrations and mobile gaming streams. Users can deliver professional results while streaming from any location using features derived from Roland’s professional A/V products.

Go:Podcast allows users to stream with mobile devices they already own, with the included microphone connected to a smartphone via USB-C and plug headphones attached to the stereo mini jack for monitoring. The Go:Podcast app is used to set up the device’s camera and directly connect to YouTube, Twitch, Facebook or other streaming platforms.

The app supports a variety of video set-ups. Creators can use their self-facing camera for solo sessions or the front and back cameras on an iOS device to capture two people simultaneously. For dynamic demonstrations, a second mobile device can be used as a wireless camera via the companion Roland Satellite Camera app. iOS mobile gamers can share their screen for gameplay. It’s also possible to record camera views separately for offline content creation and editing.

The app offers tools to boost production quality. A step-by-step wizard provides a range of video options, including split-screen views and picture-in-picture effects. Users can import graphics for titles and lower thirds and personalise streams with images, background music, and video content stored locally on their device.

The Go:Podcast microphone features a full-range condenser design to capture voices and other sources. There’s a convenient dual-function volume knob for the mic and headphone jack, plus an audio meter for setting optimum levels. The built-in stand provides easy desk positioning and a stable, isolated platform that helps eliminate low-frequency rumble.

The microphone has four polar pattern options, a feature not typically found on USB mics for mobile devices – Cardioid (solo speaking), Omni (picks up from every direction), Stereo (recording two people, acoustic guitar or other live musical instrument). There’s also a switched stereo option to flip the left/right audio to match the video image if needed.


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