We’ll be hanging out with our good friends at Elysia all show long. The Halloween filled AES 2015 is just around the corner! The real question is, what can we convince Rodger Cloud to dress up as at the show?
Both the Cloud Microphone and the Cloudlifter product lines are built to last using metal fabricated in Tucson Arizona. Crucial to our reputation for quality and performance are the circuit boards, which are manufactured and sub-assembled by the Navajo Nation. Final assembly, ribbon work and quality control testing, is all completed at Cloud Microphones’ Tucson HQ.
We stumbled upon this fantastic comparison test by YouTube user mckennatech and decided to share it. Check out the video and see why the Shure SM7B and Cloudlifter are one of the most popular combinations in recording!
T-Town Sessions presents “What Rhymes with You” by Dutch Holly. Recorded at Saint Cecilia Studios, LIVE, using Cloud 44-A’s for this dynamic vocal duo.
T-TOWN SESSIONS, a series of music videos produced in collaboration with Saint Cecilia Studios, and Cloud Microphones.
Cloud 44-A “V” setting – Vocals
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“Going Pro,” Macworld’s new article, covers the best gear choices for podcasting. Author Christopher Breen abandons his condenser microphone and enthusiastically recommends the Cloudlifter with dynamic mics like, the Shure SM7b, Electro-Voice RE20, Heil PR40, and the Shure SM58.
Award winning guitarist Gabriel Ayala takes us through his experience with the new Cloud 44-A ribbon microphone. Mr. Ayala let us know early on that this was the microphone he had been searching for! “Cloud Microphones captures everything that I really believe in music that …
New York City, NY – Cloud Microphones is unveiling their new CL4 rack-mount Cloudlifter array ($499 MAP). Housed in a rugged steel enclosure, the CL4 can process up to four XLR feeds simultaneously, making it ideal for live and broadcast applications as well as professional …
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 his Cloud JRS-34 microphones. “I …
The Cloud JRS-34 microphone gave life to this incredible record. Drums, vocals, guitar, bass, B3 organ, percussion, horns, almost everything was recorded with the JRS-34’s. “That microphone was really THE sound on the record. We used it on everything.” – Bryan Clark
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Huge thanks to our partners at Neutrik USA, for inviting us to their event at the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix with the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus. We had such a great time! If you’re in Arizona, do yourself a favor and take a trip to the MIM. And If …