Singapore (October 10, 2019)—Reclouder has introduced its namesake device, a personal hybrid audio recorder that syncs, stores and shares audio recordings in the cloud.
Users connect a mic or instrument to the input of the device and an ensuing cable that leads on to the intended destination. Reclouder records audio up to 24-bit/96 kHz on its integrated SD card first, and when connected to Wi-Fi, automatically copies the recordings to the cloud, where they will be available for post-production.
Users also have the option of linking multiple Reclouders using Bluetooth Mesh Networking technology, essentially creating a decentralized wireless network for multitrack recording. The accompanying Reclouder app allows for the control of the network of Reclouders from a mobile device.
Compatible with Android and iOS devices, the mobile app can control devices, sessions, sources and user management. That said, Reclouder is not an audio over Bluetooth recorder nor an app for recording on a mobile device. Reclouder’s preamp is compatible with most mics, instruments and cameras.
Reclouder is now available on Indiegogo for $134.
Reclouder • https://reclouder.com