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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 …
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 Conference in Tucson, Arizona.
Cloud Microphones hosted an open mic …
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
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 …
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
Check out Bryan Clark’s …
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.
For Madeleine Peyroux’s 2011 album Standing On The Rooftop, producer Craig Street chose a CLOUD JRS-34 to capture the talented artist’s sound. “We used it primarily on vocals…It was clean and warm. Piano and acoustic guitars also sounded fantastic.” -Craig Street
On Ryanhood’s latest offering, After Night Came Sun, The award winning band utilized a CLOUD JRS-34 for much of the album’s recording.
Bryan Clark & The New Lyceum Players, rising Americana country stars, rely on Cloud Microphones and Cloudlifters to get their bold and progressive Americana music from concept to recording. Check out the new CD “Southern Intermission”, the vocals and many of the instruments were …