Clubhouse added a new âmusic modeâ this week, doubling down on its commitment to center social audio in all of its permutations. The new music mode will give musicians playing live on the social network their own set of special tools for optimizing sound quality and will hit iOS first before upgrading to Android.
Clubhouse has not gone too far into the audiophile weeds with the announcement, but the company said the new feature would allow users to âstream with high-quality and exceptional stereo sound,â prerequisites for a rich listening experience. The company says the music mode will also allow professional-level audio equipment such as mixers and microphones to be connected to the Clubhouse.
At the end of August, Clubhouse made another investment in audio quality with spatial audio, a feature that makes listeners feel like different speakers in one of its group audio rooms are talking from different physical locations. – an effect closer to how we perceive real social interaction.
To activate music mode as a speakerphone, tap the three dots in the upper right corner and choose âaudio qualityâ, then select âmusicâ. Clubhouse’s replayable clips will also support higher quality audio in their recordings. Beyond music mode, Clubhouse moves its search bar to the top of the feed, and users can now greet each other via the search bar on iOS.