Sound Pressure Level perform Ed Sheeran's Lego House Live at Soho Sonic Studios

Monday 26th March 2012

Sound Pressure Level are an urban / pop group consisting of Sammie ‘Soup’ Ellard-King, Alex ‘Peas’ Wallace and X Factor 2011 contestant Roxy Yarnold. SPL have been working hard in Soho Sonic Studios (London) recording their debut album ‘The Recipe’ with producers Sefi Carmel and OJ (Ofer Shabi). Watch a live recording of Sound Pressure Level at Soho Sonic Studios in March 2012 performing Ed Sheeran’s ‘Lego House’ here.

This live session was recorded using sE microphones, Rupert Neve Designs hardware and Steinberg Cubase 6.5. Taking centre stage is the sE4400a mic (Roxy), flanked by a pair of sE2200a mics (Alex and Sammie). Ofer’s acoustic guitar was recorded with a sE4 and GM10 small diaphragm condensers. Coincidentally, sE microphones were used extensively on the Ed Sheeran album ‘+’. Here’s an interview with Ed’s collaborator and producer, Jake Gosling, talking sE mics and more.

The Rupert Neve Designs hardware used during the Sound Pressure Level live session were the Portico II Channel (Roxy Main Vocal) and the Rupert Neve Portico 5015 Mic Pre Compressor.

Links: This video was filmed by Family Creative,  SPL are managed by U.P.I.A. and the session was engineered by Arie Van der Poel at Soho Sonic Studios, Sound Pressure Level website, Roxy Yarnold on X-Factor 2011 (over 500,000 views), Rupert Neve Designs