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If there’s one benefit for broadcasting to come out of the pandemic, it’s the knowledge that stations can now fully operate virtually. The idea that all presenters and contributors need to get on-air is a web browser and a microphone is a reality, and products like On-Hertz’s Nubo have really come to the fore.
Nubo offers a fully integrated live radio studio in the cloud. Presenters or contributors simply log in via a web browser, plug in their mic, create and mix their content, and transmit it to the world at professional-grade audio quality.
On-Hertz says that one of the most requested features by its users is now live: support for MIDI controllers.
Nubo supports several controllers out-of-the-box, and users can add their preferred devices to the list.
If you want to know more about Nubo, the On-Hertz team will be in booth 10.D31F. You can book a meeting with them here.