Music technology start-up Reclouder aims to de-stress the process of recording your live gigs, by uploading recordings straight to the cloud via WiFi. With Bluetooth connectivity, whole bands can link up and upload recordings of their individual instruments online, without the hassle of using more cables. The network can be managed using a mobile app, which could prove to be a great tool for camera operators whilst shooting a video.
The recording device – also called Reclouder – sports two channels for recording, both of which have Mic/Line combo inputs. One provides phantom power, supporting both mono and stereo, with the output going straight to a FOH mixer. Audio is recorded into the device at 24-bit/96kHz in BWF-compliant WAV. Reclouder can either be powered by USB-C, or three AAA batteries.
Reclouder has now commenced its funding campaign on Indiegogo. Reclouder is available from £105, which is 33% off the RRP, and will be shipping worldwide.
Find out more at reclouder.com