As a visit podcast host/producer/editor, we found really few things to oppose with when we reviewed Rode Microphone’s Rodecaster Pro. There was, however, one really large issue: multi-track recording. For all of a good things we can do on a fly, a podcasting blending house wasn’t good when it came to post-production.
Regardless of how many sources we input, they would all record to a same track. The association wouldn’t give me a true answer about if/when it designed to residence a issue. This morning during NAMM, however, Rode announced that it will be adding multi-track recording to a house by a firmware update.
Due out some time subsequent month, a underline will move a ability to record to adult to 14 tracks. That breaks down thusly:
A stereo “live mix” track, as featured on a Rodecaster Pro given a release
A mono lane for any of a 4 microphone inputs
A stereo lane any for a USB, 3.5mm TRRS, Bluetooth and sound pad channels
The association remarkable early on that a device was designed for on-the-fly recording, though it’s transparent from feedback that coherence is critical for many producers. This latest further should make a good device even improved — and creates a Rodecaster Pro even some-more of a must-have for podcasters looking to take a subsequent step.