"There are two vocal mics, a 2000-series radio mic fitted with a custom 5235 capsule, which is relayed through a Sennheiser EM2050 radio system straight to the front of the house and a Sennheiser e945 vocal loop mic, which again runs into the new loop system," reads [this article](http://www.acousticguitar.com/How-To/Loop-the-Loop-Create-your-own-Ed-Sheeran-sound). At 1:42 in this video, Sheeran can be seen using an e945.more
In [this article](http://www.fast-and-wide.com/faw-news/fast-news/2380-arctic-monkeys) featuring an interview with Arctic Monkeys front of house engineer, Matthew Kettle, they write "Currently, lead singer Alex Turner uses an [e935](http://equipboard.com/items/sennheiser-e-935-vocal-dynamic-microphone) dynamic mic with cardioid pattern, while the backing vocals of bass player Nick O’Malley and drummer Matt Helders come courtesy of an e945 and (http://equipboard.com/items/sennheiser-e-904-dynamic-cardioid-instrument-microphone?src=pim_name) respectively."more
> "Over the past few years I had used an e 945 with various vocalists - Isabelle Campbell, Arab Strap, Emma Pollock, Idlewild and others,” says Richie. “I’ve always really liked the 945 - it sounds really natural, the clarity is great and you can get a good vocal level. If you’ve got any quiet vocal parts you can get that bit more gain on it, you can push it up a bit more without it sounding pushed." > “I bought a 945 some time ago and if there was any chance I could use it, I did. It made sense to try it with Of Monsters and Men - they like it because it sounds good in their in-ears and keeps out much of the spill from the drums and backline instruments.” -Richie Dempsey, Front of House engineer; Sennheiser Interviewmore
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