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Rode Rec App Update
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This update, a free upgrade, has a number of enhancements including a dedicated iPad interface, MP3 publishing and support for 10 different languages. Rode Rec allows for recording at 24-bit/96kHz (using Rode's iXY stereo microphone). This is the first update since Rode acquired the FiRe app from creator Audiofile Engineering. The update's addition of a retina-compatible iPad interface enhances control on the larger device considerably. Users can now view the waveform, transport controls, non-linear editing and much more, all in the one screen making recording, editing and publishing a breeze. The popular MP3 format has also been added. This updated version also marks the app's debut in localized languages, with support for Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese (simplified), Japanese and Korean, in addition to English.
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