With the wealth of portable music recorders available these days, the ability to capture inspiration on-the-go has all but become unremarkable. A new device called ReClouder is aiming to push that envelope further by letting you automatically back up recordings to the cloud via WiFi.
ReClouder is a two-channel portable recorder with a simple workflow; plug your device in, adjust gain and hit the yellow ‘REC’ button. Your recordings are stored on an SD card and simultaneously backed up online when ReClouder is connected to the internet. Once in the cloud, your recordings can be shared with friends, making collaboration a smoother process.
The device features two Mic/Line combo inputs: one has phantom power and supports both mono and stereo, while the other goes direct to a PA mixer. Though there’s only space for two channels, you can still record multiple instruments by linking a number of ReClouder units together via Bluetooth. You’ll also be able to better manage this recording network with ReClouder’s companion mobile app for Android and iOS devices.
ReClouder is currently in the development so unfortunately not available to buy at present. However, you can learn more about the device and register your interest at reclouder.com.