NAMM 2020: Roland Go:Livecast is a live streaming studio for smartphones

    Device designed to bring broadcast quality to your smartphone live streams

    NAMM 2020: We’ve all got a camera in our pocket so live streaming your own show on YouTube should, in theory, be easy. However, there are still a few points of technological friction. That’s why Roland has introduced the Go:Livecast – a miniature plug-and-play broadcast studio for live streaming using a smartphone.

    Go:Livecast lets you connect up to two smartphones or tablets for multiple angles and switch between them on the fly, without having to touch your screen.

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    For improved audio, you can plug a mic into the XLR input and use the basic sound production tools that are included. The device offers buttons for inserting pre-recorded audio and quick access to the external microphone and media volumes. All this can be monitored via a built-in headphone output.

    Go:Livecast’s companion app also lets you log-in and connect to your preferred platforms and begin broadcasting. The app additionally provides a live display of comments so you can interact with your audience.

    A text overlay is also available so you can present extra information during your live stream, such as lyrics or product info, depending on your show.

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    The app allows you to toggle between your smartphone’s rear- and forward-facing cameras, too, and even apply filters, should you so desire.

    The Roland Go:Livecast is now available for $249.99. For more information, click here.

    Find out more about what’s coming at NAMM 2020.

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