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Clubhouse now lets you record rooms and share them as podcasts | Digital Trends Spanish

You will no longer have to connect live to an audio room in the Clubhouse to not miss it.

More than a year after its launch, the application has presented a function with which it will be possible to record conversations and share them later. The function, called Replay, is already being implemented in both the iOS and Android apps and according to the company, with it users will be able to enjoy the same experience as with live rooms.

the best of live ✨ but later!

Replays are here and they & # 39; re so much more than just a recording. Creators can download audio, and when you listen on Clubhouse, you & # 39; ll see all the dynamics of the stage, PTRs, * and * hop from speaker to speaker.

live now on iOS & amp; Android 💖 pic.twitter.com/zDtenNy60c

& mdash; Clubhouse (@Clubhouse) November 8, 2021

The hosts of the room will be able to download the source audio file of the sessions, making it possible for them to upload it to any podcast platform or use it in any other content. It is also possible to keep a total attendance count that includes those who heard it live and those who played it later.

In addition, Clubhouse will allow anchoring links in the room and listeners will have playback controls with which they can go forward or backward in the audio or listen to the room at a speed of 1.5x or 2x. Clubhouse launches this feature very shortly after that Twitter did it, its great competitor with Spaces.

But this is not the only novelty that Clubhouse has released in recent months. The platform recently launched a feature with which creators can share 30-second clips to promote their content and also a mode called Music Mode, which will improve audio quality, intended for musicians or those who play music in their rooms in general. audio.

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