Articles in Cloudlifter CL-1
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
We were pleasantly surprised to find this e-mail in our box this morning! “Hi guys, Wanted to let you know how great your cl-1 is. So great that I reviewed it.” – Dan Cooper Pro Tools Expert
These sound clips from the review demonstrate how your signal chain can …
“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.
Radio Magazine conducted a field report on the Cloudlifter CL-1 and loved it! Chris Wygal, the article’s author, touched on an important factor that is often missed. The Cloudlifter will improve your signal to noise ratio! Along with an improved noise floor, the Cloudlifter gives your …
Check out this very cool video of a Cloudlifter CL-1 being used to improve a Zoom H4n. “So happy I got this. Any battery powered or dynamic mic gets some hair on its chest.”
What is a Cloudlifter? Why do I need it? Essentially, it’s all about gain and impedance. Some of our favorite microphones are low-output, which can be challenging due to the gain and impedance requirements. The Cloudlifter solves this problem by providing passive microphones an enormous …
Popular Audio and youtube blogger “SomeAudioGuy” created a wonderful review and demonstration of the Cloudlifter CL-1 in action. Check it out!
“What’s really cool about this little guy, is that it not only gives you clean gain, but it also makes your less than desirable pre-amps sound like their high end counter parts.” – Ryan Canestro, The home Recording Show, March 2011
“his cool little box use 48v Phantom power and converts it into gain, it does not pass the power through the device. Designed for use with passive ribbon mics and dynamic mics it really helps with the gain required from the pre-amp lowering the signal …