Lucius Rockin’ The Cloud 44-A Ribbon Mic LIVE!

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“It’s striking…the mic sounds brilliant and our engineer loves it too!” -Lucius’ producer and drummer, Dan Molad. Billboard Magazine featured Lucius performing for a sold out crowd in NYC using the Cloud 44-A ribbon mic! Lucius recently returned from Europe, where they … Continued

Donald Fagen Chooses Cloud!

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The latest Donald Fagan record is full of Cloud Microphones. Michael Leonhart talks about the using the Cloud JRS-34’s for drum overheads among other things in this Electronic Musician article. He also shared with me by email that they used … Continued

Nive Nielsen and the Cloud 44-A

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Ribbon Mic for vocals Cloud 44-A in “V” mode proves just right for “Wrong” by Nive Nielsen. Using the NAMM – TEC Awards nominated Cloud 44-A’s Voice/Music switch to instantly reduce proximity effect, Nive sings LIVE at “Casita Crawl” during the PotLuck Audio Conferencein Tucson, … Continued

University of Arizona Professor Wiley Ross Loves His Cloud Microphones

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When UofA Professor Wiley Ross isn’t teaching music and recording, he’s running the awesome on-campus recording studio. UofA’s renown music program attracts some of the best young classical artists in the world. To capture these beautiful performances Professor Ross uses … Continued

The Misfits

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For the Misfits latest album, The Devil’s Rain, Producer and engineer Ed Stasium chose two active Cloud JRS-34’s to capture the band’s rockin guitar sound.

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