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Recording Magazine’s Review of the Cloud 44-A

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Paul Vnuk Jr. puts the Cloud 44-A through the paces in this Recording Magazine review.
“With the two available voicings there is
no source it cannot excel in capturing, and
it could easily be a studio’s one and only
ribbon mic. When you add the shockmount and case, this …

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Nive Nielsen and the Cloud 44-A

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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 recording session at the Hilton El Conquistador Resort during “Casita Crawl”, in which attendees could observe and participate at Cloud’s casita suite.

Artists performed live while recording on Cloud Mics, while being mixed to CD in real time through a console in the attached suite. Artists then picked up there CD after performing and took it to yet another adjoining room where Michael Dixon of Lathe Cut Records cut vinyl from the audio, right there on the spot! Each performer left with CD and Vinyl recordings of their performances from moments earlier. It was sooooooo much fun!

Mics used:

Cloud 44-A in “V” mode – Vocals
Cloud 44-A in “V” mode – close mic’d steel guitar amp
Cloud 44-A in “M” mode – distant mic’d steel guitar amp
Cloud JRS-34 – rhythm guitar amp
Cloud JRS-34 – lead guitar amp

Nive Nielsen and the Deer Children are currently touring in Europe, so catch one of the shows if you can, you’ll be glad you did.

 

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 U1 Universal Mount

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Cloud Microphones debuts new Universal Mic Mount
San Francisco, CA – Cloud Microphones is showing their new U1, an innovative and affordable microphone mount ($179 MSRP, $149 MAP). The Cloud U1 is a virtually indestructible shock-mount considerably superior to the more conventional ‘cat’s cradle’ suspension used …

Ryanhood

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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.
 

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“SomeAudioGuy” Cloudlifter Cl-1 Video Review

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Popular Audio and youtube blogger “SomeAudioGuy” created a wonderful review and demonstration of the Cloudlifter CL-1 in action. Check it out!

The Home Recording Show reviews the CL-1

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The Home Recording Show reviews the CL-1

“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
 
 
 

ARTICLE: Cloud Microphones 44-A announced at Musikmesse

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ARTICLE: Cloud Microphones 44-A announced at Musikmesse

Article: New active ribbon mic based on RCA design revealed…read the full article at Sound on Sound….

JRS-34 Editors Choice Award 2013!

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German publication Professional Audio Magazine has selected the JRS-34 as one of their “most loved products” for 2013! We are honored to receive the Editors Choice Award from such a prestigious publication. “The Cloud JRS-34 is a microphone for gourmets: Although outwardly similar to the American …

VIDEO: Rodger Cloud explains the CL-”Z” at AES 2012

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Cloud Microphones founder Rodger Cloud broadcast live from the Gearslutz Lounge at the AES 2012 convention in San Francisco, CA.

Electronic Musician put together a mic “roundup” featuring Cloud as well as many other fine brands!

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“The Cloud JRS-34P is hand-made in the U.S. from U.S.-sourced components”…
“excellent detail and smoothness, great transient response, outstanding off-axis rejection at the sides, abundant proximity effect, and a very pleasant, natural sound quality without any harshness.”
Check out the whole review through the link below.
Electronic …