RØDE has a major firmware update for the RØDECaster Pro II featuring advanced sub-mixing functionality and more.
Since its launch, the RØDECaster Pro II has seen multiple updates based on user feedback, introducing new features, functionality and interface enhancements.
The last major update, version 1.0.7, added advanced routing capabilities for USB outputs to allow easier integration into streaming setups.
The new update takes this functionality to the next level, allowing users to independently adjust the level of every audio input for each of the ten audio outputs, including the headphone and monitor outputs, the Bluetooth channel, on-board recording mix, and the three USB outputs.
This is particularly useful for streamers who need to create custom sub-mixes for different audio destinations, such as stream and chat applications and their headphone mix.
In addition to the new advanced sub-mixing feature, firmware 1.1.1 introduces a number of system optimisations and workflow improvements, including the routing of voice effects, which are now applied to each individual channel in multitrack mode, allowing users to capture these effects while maintaining the flexibility in post-production that multitrack recording offers.
The RØDECaster Pro II’s companion software RØDE Central has also been updated to mirror all of the configuration options including setting up the advanced APHEX® audio processing, SMART pads and custom sub-mixes.
Firmware version 1.1.1 for the RØDECaster Pro II is available for direct download now.