Clubhouse Music Mode feature boosts sounds

Social audio platform, Clubhouse, launched a new Music Mode to enable a more superior experience when playing and indulging in musical delights, easing up the process of playing and listening to music.

Whether you’re an artist on the app or simply a listener, the new Music Mode “optimizes Clubhouse to broadcast your music with high quality and great stereo sound,” according to the company’s blog post.

Even though the company has yet to define her term “high quality,” the post does incorporate some information regarding hooking up professional equipment – such as a USB mic or a mixing board – to be used while recording a broadcast session.

To use Music Mode, users can access the feature by clicking on the three dots at the top right corner of the screen, select Audio Quality, and then choose Music.

In a different scenario where users would like to just enjoy an artist’s performance, without only focusing on the music, users don’t need to follow these measures. Instead, they can relax and spoil their senses by enjoying audio from headsets, speakers, or any other sound magnifier.

In addition to the music segment, Clubhouse also upgraded its search feature by displaying the search bar in a more accessible spot at the top right of the screen. In parallel, the platform also added another feature allowing quick invites between friends to join a live audio room, where users can Wave to friends from the search bar.