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Abbey Road Studios

Abbey Road Studios is a recording studio located at 3 Abbey Road, St John's Wood, City of Westminster, London, England. It was established in November 1931 by the Gramophone Company, a predecessor of British music company EMI, its present owner. Abbey Road Studios uses Altec Lansing and Bowers & Wilkins loudspeakers and is most notable as being the venue in the 1960s for innovative recording techniques adopted by The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Hollies, Badfinger, and others.

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... Stone Assistant engineer (The Ballad of Kastriot Rexhepi) Matthew Bartram Mixed at Abbey Road Studios 26 and 27 March 2006 AAssistant engineer Robert Houston Mastered by Peter Mew at Abbey Road Studios ...
J-Rocks - Abbey Road Studios
... as the first Indonesian band to have recorded at the world-famous Abbey Road studios in the United Kingdom ... At Abbey Road studios, they were helped by Chris Butler, a renowned sound engineer ... The result was their EP album, Road to Abbey, which contained 5 songs, released in 2009 ...
Prospero's Books - Soundtrack - Technical
... Assistant engineer Dillon Gallagher (PRT), Chris Brown (Abbey Road Studios) Mixed by Michael J ... Dutton, Michael Nymam, and David Cunningham at PRT Studios and Abbey Road Studios Edited at Abbey Road Studios by Peter Mew Art Direction Ann Bradbeer Photography Marc Guillamot Design Creative Partnership Artist ...
List Of Film Scores Recorded At Abbey Road Studios
... The following List of film scores recorded at Abbey Road Studios has been moved as is from the Abbey Road Studios article ...
Abbey Road Studios - Interior
... The interior of Abbey Road contains many different works of art, the latest by Birmingham based artist Annemarie Wright, which features a handwritten list of all artists that have ...

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