Drum announces a substantial upgrade of the audio quality available within web meetings to super HD audio.
BRIGHTON, 11th January 2017 – Drum, a Brighton-based conferencing software company, announced today that it has significantly upgraded its audio to super-HD quality.
It has boosted the audio by 40 kHz, which pushes the quality well above that of an audio CD or a phone call made over a telephone network, thereby significantly improving the experience for meeting attendees.
This new super-HD audio quality will now complement the browser audio and video available within Drum. What’s more, the audio quality also carries through to the meeting replays. Each viewer of the meeting replay can experience the meeting in super HD.
And the new audio quality is available to all users. That includes instant meetings created on the Drum website, users using the Slack integration, as well as those on all plans with Drum Meetings.
Don’t believe us? See for yourself. Here is a before and after of Drum’s audio quality:
“We want to continue the evolution of Drum to meet a growing demand for web meetings within the browser. The latest audio development signifies our commitment to providing a life-like meeting experience within the web. Every meeting should feel like you are in the same room as one another,” said John Logsdon, CEO and founder of Drum.
There are likely to be many users who will welcome Drum’s new product development. Drum provides a 28-day free trial for each of its two paid tiers: Standard and Pro. Alternatively, there is also a freemium model made available for all users. To sign up, all you need is an email address.
In 2016, Drum launched its web meeting dashboard, enabling organisations – small or large – to meet online and manage their meetings and teams. Drum Meetings retains HTML5, CSS3 and WebRTC to operate solely within the browser to remove the need for product downloads. In addition, the Drum meeting API remains available for developers and organisations looking to create their own web-meeting solution for internal or resale purposes.
Drum uses WebRTC combined with HTML5 and CSS3 to deliver browser-based web meetings inside your existing service and/or website. Drum’s in-house expertise ensures your online meetings are just as effective as the ones you hold offline. Drum offers two separate versions of web meetings. The first is an embeddable web meeting API; the second is a standalone solution for meetings and meeting management hosted in the UK and the US.