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Clubhouse adds Music Mode for musicians and makes search improvements

15 October 2021 0

Clubhouse started off as a simple live audio room platform to help people engage in audio-only conversations. It has received features since then that make it useful beyond just having a bunch of people talks. The latest one is called Music Mode and as one would guess, it is aimed at anyone interested in using the app for sharing music in any capacity.

As per the announcement, "Music Mode optimizes Clubhouse to broadcast your music with high quality and great stereo sound". It has not been explained what exactly high quality here refers to but we are assuming it must be at least relatively better than the standard audio output. Another benefit is that the app now allows users to make use of professional equipment like mixing boards or USB external microphones.

Music Mode can only be enabled by the person who is a speaker in the room. It can be done by tapping on the three-dot menu and choosing Audio Quality. It will offer a new "Music" option in addition to existing High, Normal, and Low ones. This is the one that needs to be selected and you are good to go. As for listeners, they do not have to do anything and will be able to hear stereo sound automatically. The good thing is that stereo sound works whether you are using a speaker, a pair of headphones, or even through the phone's speaker.


Clubhouse has further made some changes to the universal search functionality. The search bar is now present at the top of your hallway for faster and convenient access. All iOS users will also be able to wave at their friends directly from the search. This functionality will become available for Android users in the future.


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