At the Rodeshow 2017 special event held in Las Vegas the Freedman Electronics Group, the parent company of pro audio brands RØDE Microphones, Event Electronics, Aphex, and SoundField, introduced a bunch of exciting new products for its 50th anniversary including the Rode VideoMic Pro+ and VideoMic Soundfield.
Indie favourite audio kit maker Rode Microphones just announced an upgrade to their popular Stereo VideoMic Pro microphone, which now features the acclaimed Rycote Lyre suspension system. This is a similar upgrade that the new VideoMic Pro received, on which you can see our article we posted a while
Rode Microphones announced two new microphone solutions particularly targeted towards small compact camera and smart phone video shooters like vloggers and other video content creators who need lightweight and highly portable but good quality audio gear to amp the quality of their video productions. As a long-time Rode
The popularity of the predecessors NTG1 and NTG2 shotgun microphones seems to be a pretty solid base and further inspiration for RØDE to release another improved additions to their successful line-up of budget shotgun microphones the NTG4 and NTG4+. The only significant difference between the two models is the
There are many short film competitions out there, but none quote like the RODE Reel, which returns for another year, after an extremely successful run in 2014, this time packing more than $200,000 worth of filmmaking gear that you can win. All you have to do is
Australian based Rode Microphones, who make some really awesome microphones (I still use my RODE VideoMic Pro and NTG2 on a daily basis), just had their biggest product launch in the companies history. Easily associated with high quality microphones for broadcast and film production, the exclusive event,