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Old 05-16-2018, 04:22 PM
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Default Composer Cloud X - Extra Mic Specifics

Hi,
I'm trying to figure out which version of composer cloud I need to get. It has come down to one bit of information that I can't seem to find?

Composer Cloud X, exactly how does the extra mix position work? What kind of control do I get? Is there a video of someone illustrating the mic differences between Cloud and Cloud X? If I subscribe to Composer Cloud X, can I upgrade to Plus? (that last bit might be easy enough to find, but I just thought of it.)

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Old 05-17-2018, 01:02 PM
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With ComposerCloud X you gain an additional Mic Position; that is usually a close mic, except for HW Choirs where you get a Surround Mix, and the HW Solo Violin/Cello where the Close mic is the default (it adds the Mid Mics)

You would get access to download the Gold X versions of the library which just download the extra mic position samples. Then, when you load up any of those instruments, switch to the player window and load that other mic position.

If you subscribe to ComposerCloud X, you could always upgrade to the Plus subscription as well.
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Old 05-17-2018, 02:41 PM
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With ComposerCloud X you gain an additional Mic Position; that is usually a close mic, except for HW Choirs where you get a Surround Mix, and the HW Solo Violin/Cello where the Close mic is the default (it adds the Mid Mics)

You would get access to download the Gold X versions of the library which just download the extra mic position samples. Then, when you load up any of those instruments, switch to the player window and load that other mic position.

If you subscribe to ComposerCloud X, you could always upgrade to the Plus subscription as well.
Thank you for your reply Michael. One final question. Those two mics are at the same time and the faders are enabled to blend the two sounds as desired?

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Yes, the mic mixer allows you to create any mix of the 2 mic positions.
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Old 05-17-2018, 10:13 PM
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Thank you. Purchased X. Started downloads.

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Welcome to the family, Jeff! If you run into any problems, don't hesitate to ask questions. Have fun with ComposerCloud!

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