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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 were touring with Jack White, the band is …

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Gabriel Ayala and the New Cloud 44-A Ribbon Microphone

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Gabriel Ayala and the New Cloud 44-A Ribbon MicrophonePlay

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 …

Cloudlifter Goes To The Rack

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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 …

Cloud 44-A Makes its US Debut

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Cloud 44-A Makes its US Debut

Cloud Microphones resurrects the spirit of the classic RCA Type 44 ribbon mic with the Cloud 44-A active ribbon microphone.

University of Arizona Professor Wiley Ross Loves His Cloud Microphones

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University of Arizona Professor Wiley Ross Loves His Cloud MicrophonesPlay

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 …

Tracking Bryan Clark’s Southern Intermission with Cloud Microphones

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Tracking Bryan Clark’s Southern Intermission with Cloud MicrophonesPlay

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

Check out Bryan Clark’s …