Clubhouse is expanding the ability for artists to collaborate on live shows, with the addition of a new “Music Mode.”
On Thursday, Clubhouse announced its latest feature: Music Mode, which will allow musicians to broadcast with “high quality and great sound stereo,” to improve the live experience when introducing new songs or hosting a jam session with friends.”
The feature is compatible with professional audio equipment, such as external USB mics or mixing boards and Clubhouse’s Clips. The latter allows listeners to create snippets of their favorite performances.
By improving sound quality, Music Mode can enhance engagement as it allows artists from any part of the world to collaborate and monetize their live shows on the audio platform.
In addition to announcing the new feature, Clubhouse is also rolling out updates to Search based on community feedback. The updates will smoothen the user journey to sharing and discovering conversations by adding, among other things, under the hood improvements, a better place for the search bar. This will now provide easier access to users as Clubhouse is locating it at the top of users’ hallways.
The platform is initially rolling out the new feature on iOS devices running the latest version of the app, and it says that Android devices will soon follow.
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