Having a good personality isn’t enough—in order to capture compelling live video, you need good audio and lighting. Thankfully, Razer just launched three new products to improve the sound and scene of your stream.
Razer’s most exciting new product is the compact Audio Mixer, a four-channel device that lets you control in-stream audio levels on the fly. Plug one microphone into the first channel, and use the other three to control the volume of games, soundboards, and other audio sources. Notably, the Razer Audio Mixer features dedicated mute buttons for each channel, plus a “bleep” button to hide your potty mouth.
But I’m also pretty pumped about the new Razer Key Light Chroma, an RGB lighting panel that can integrate with your streams. Choose from over 16.8 million color options to help set your scene, or program lighting effects and animations to celebrate new subscriptions, donations, and other in-stream events. Razer Key Light Chroma comes with a desk mount, but not a tripod stand.
And then there’s the Razer Seiren BT, a wireless lapel microphone that cancels out background noise to capture your voice with maximum clarity. This microphone seems like a killer option for podcasts, videos, or live interviews. That said, a traditional mic may be better for most livestreams.
Razer’s new Audio Mixer, Key Light Chroma, and Seiren BT are now available at the company’s website. They cost $250, $300, and $100, respectively.
Razer Key Light Chroma
Set the scene with Razer Key Light Chroma, an RGB-enabled lighting solution with over 16.8 million color options. It features an adjustable desk mount and integration with livestreams, so you can change color or play animated effects for subs, donations, and more.
Razer Audio Mixer
Streamline your streaming setup with Razer Audio Mixer, a four-channel controller with dedicated mute and bleep buttons!
Razer Seiren BT Microphone
The Razer Seiren BT Microphone captures your voice without background noise in any environment. Plus, it’s wireless and clips to your shirt!