Cleanfeed to launch browser-based multitrack recorder

Cleanfeed will officially launch a multitrack recording feature at this month’s Podcast Movement in Orlando, Florida.

The company says it will be the first to offer the service, which is completely browser-based, and will integrate into its current offering.

Cleanfeed provides broadcast-quality audio connections between computers using the internet.

Multitrack recording in Cleanfeed enables a separate audio file for each person in the session. All recorded tracks are saved in a zip file download, collating all the tracks as WAV files in one place, and all individual tracks can then be downloaded separately if needed.

When sessions are recorded in stereo, the tracks recorded are stereo, and advanced editing post-recording is available.

Following a beta period, the company has decided it’s now time for the multitrack recording feature to go mainstream.

Cleanfeed Co-founder Marc Bakos explains to RadioToday: “We’re fairly reserved about how we introduce new features in Cleanfeed. Stability has always been a focus for us. Cleanfeed is used for live radio around the world. For the organisations that rely on us, we know how the impact of a buggy or incomplete feature can affect your experience.”

“The Cleanfeed team has developed the feature knowing that recording and saving a whole session in multitrack gives the best experience for post production editing, while recording each individual source in the session gives maximum editing control.

“Podcast Movement seemed the perfect place to release the new feature.”

Podcast Movement President, Dan Franks, is looking forward to the launch at next week’s event, saying, “Podcast Movement attendees are on top of the latest and best technology, and are always hungry to learn more.

“Cleanfeed’s new software is an exciting launch that we can’t wait to host and share with the global podcaster community.”