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Rather than boring you with endless adjectives, we’ll let this video speak for itself!
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!
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 …
Watch the Cloud 44-A’s in action on trumpet and vocals! With its switchable response settings for Voice and Music, the 2014 TEC Award Nominated Cloud 44-A active ribbon mic excels at both.
“Georgia on My Mind” by RED was recorded Live at “iCanStudioLive” in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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
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 …
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
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