Podcasters and Broadcast Journalists The Target for Nomono


Nomono, a Trondheim, Norway-based audio recording and collaboration product manufacturer devoted to helping podcasters and journalists tell “immersive audio stories,” has brought to market its integrated hardware and software products with one key goal in mind — simplifying field recording, file management, collaboration and production while paving the way for a spatial audio future.

The Nomono platform includes the Nomono Sound Capsule, a Wi-Fi enabled recorder that combines four ultra-compact wireless lavalier mics with a 360-degree spatial audio microphone array and weighs less than 4 pounds.

The Nomono Sound Capsule connects to the Nomono Web App, an online audio collaboration tool where content creators backup their recordings, collaborate with their production team, and apply AI-powered dialogue enhancement processing to ensure their audio sounds the best it can before starting the editorial process.

“We’re sound people with a passion for building great products for like-minded pros, including podcasters, broadcast journalists, and media houses,” said Nomono CEO Jonas Rinde. “Our goal is to provide storytellers with an audio workflow that is smart, simple, and capable of delivering excellent sound.”

Nomono offers a portable, all-in-one field recording solution built specifically for podcasters and journalists that automatically uploads recordings to an intuitive cloud-based audio collaboration and preparation tool. “With the Nomono platform, creators can focus on their subjects and content without worrying about technology and equipment,” Rinde said. “This allows them to be more creative in their audio storytelling.”

Specifically, the Nomono Sound Capsule is a compact, one-button field recording tool that captures up to four guests. It includes wireless microphones that capture and buffer high resolution, and uncompressed audio files. The product transmits them back to the recorder asynchronously, providing wireless flexibility.

Nonomo adds that the recorder itself includes an ambisonic microphone array to capture a high-resolution 3D recording of the environment and ambience along with the voices of each participant. “The combination makes it easy to record object-based spatial audio that is compatible with formats from binaural all the way to Dolby Atmos, and bring listeners right inside the conversation,” Nonomo says.

The Nomono Sound Capsule weighs less than 4 pounds and comes with a rugged carrying case and a built-in rapid charger.

Audio captured by the Nomono Sound Capsule is uploaded wirelessly to the Nomono Web App.