Audio technology leader Roland has announced an exciting new feature for their newest hardware, the BRIDGE CAST Dual Bus Gaming Mixer.
Called BGM CAST, this curated music service provides BRIDGE CAST users with direct access to a huge library of royalty-free background music tracks and sound effects to enhance their live streams. The new service is integrated directly into the BRIDGE CAST app (Version 2.0 and later).
Roland’s BGM CAST eliminates the need for third-party music services or complicated setups. Streamers can simply browse the moods and genres, click to play a curated playlist and give a thumbs up to add tracks to their Favorites. The sound effects library can even be assigned to the hardware buttons on BRIDGE CAST for instant triggering during streams.
BGM CAST features thousands of high-quality, copyright-free tracks, so streamers never have to worry about strikes. The music is created by Amadeus Code and enhanced by musicians for superior quality. Genres range from rock to hip-hop to sci-fi and beyond.
Roland Cloud memberships unlock the entire BGM CAST catalogue of music and sounds, with new selections added monthly. Membership also provides access to soft synths like ZENOLOGY and production tools like Zenbeats.
This addition of BGM CAST music service further elevates the BRIDGE CAST Gaming Mixer as a must-have streaming tool. Its customizable audio mixing capabilities already allow gamers to balance game audio, team chat, mic levels and music for the perfect stream or gameplay experience.
There have been plenty of services trying to fill this void for streamers, even YouTube offers up the YouTube Audio Library, but with the BGM, Rolland looks to have gone the extra mile to deliver something that ties into the hardware to give a full streaming solution.
With BGM CAST, BRIDGE CAST becomes an even more powerful one-stop audio solution for serious streamers looking to step up their production value. Roland continues to evolve the platform based on user feedback, cementing their reputation as a leader in audio innovation.