Learn how a small community theater group used Cleanfeed to record a play with their remote actors. We caught up with Jim Park, front-of-house sound engineer for Thorold Community Theatre, who explains how “And Then the Lights Went Out” came together.Continue reading “Q&A: And Then the Lights Went Out”
Not so long ago we announced compatibility for Firefox. Today we’re going one further! Guests will now be able to join a Cleanfeed session using Safari, on macOS. This update concludes our effort to expand support to all mainstream web browsers; achievement unlocked!Continue reading “Safari: Achievement unlocked”
Over the last couple of months we’ve quietly introduced a new feature to Cleanfeed that opens up new non-linear workflow possibilities for recording, live performances and more. I’m excited to tell you more about it!Continue reading “Non-linear workflow: Introducing Aux Outputs”
Today we are announcing 48kHz will be the default sample rate in Cleanfeed, activated in the upcoming release of Chrome 84. If you know the importance of sample rate when it comes to digital audio, then this will be good news for broadcasters, producers and journalists using Cleanfeed.Continue reading “The new default. 48kHz”
Pondering about joining Cleanfeed? Perhaps you’re thinking.. ‘hrm, I wonder how I should set things up?’. Well, let me put to rest some myths and help give you a better understanding of how Cleanfeed works and how you can get started.
Cleanfeed makes it super easy to send and receive high quality audio over the Internet, so the possibilities of what you can do are endless!
For Cleanfeed to remain relevant, competitive and useful, we regularly attend outside events.
The event I cover below is one undertaken for a community station, Radio Wey (http://www.radiowey.org).
The Walton on Thames Festival of Light is a well attended Christmas event which celebrates Christmas; includes a festive Christmas market, the turning on of lights and most importantly, the light parade itself.
So you’ve used Cleanfeed, fallen in love with it (don’t lie, I know you have), and you may have potentially asked yourself, “What’s the deal – shouldn’t Cleanfeed make any dedicated hardware?”