Soho Sound Kitchen has recently moved from Soho into this brand new studio complex at Tileyard, King's Cross. The building houses a multitude of music studios and Soho Sound Kitchen is part of a great community of music lovers.
The studio is a high quality recording and mixing facility combining the finest analogue and digital technology. It also caters for film and 5.1 mixing and is fitted with an Adam 5.1 surround sound monitoring system, a projector and projection screen. In order to compete with the much more expensive major recording and mixing facilities, the room has an extensive array of top of the range outboard equipment and a highly spec'd Pro Tools HDX system.
The control room centres around a 44 channel SSL E-Series console. The room is designed by Munro Acoustics, leading studio designers in the UK. It has natural light and is 250sq ft in size.
The studio's live room measures 200 sq ft and is ideally suited for tracking and overdubbing. It can accommodate a rhythm section or group of up to six string players. There is a very good selection of top-of-the-range microphones and an abundance of Neve mic preamps to ensure superb sounding recordings.
Soho Sound Kitchen is a ten minute walk from King's Cross main line station. There are two dedicated parking spaces for clients and the studio is outside of the congestion charge zone. It is within easy reach of the exciting new King's Cross development, Camden Town and Islington.
There is a 'Notes' cafe on site which offers great food at reasonable prices and a shared kitchen and dining area.
Soho Sound Kitchen is owned and run by Goetz B. and Christian Henson, two highly experienced music professionals with many music, film and television credits to their names.