Abbey Road Studios - Video and picture features


Abbey Road Studios are the Worlds best know recording studios and are the oldest purpose built studios in the World, building started in 1926 and was opened by Sir Edward Elgar. Abbey Road celebrated it's 80th Year in 2011

 

Abbey Road Studios - steps - Ken Scott, record producer

 

We won't bother blathering on about why this is just such a great studio, you know that already. You don't need to be told that Abbey Road is the best studio in the World, you know that already... So, that's great for us blurb writers, we can skip work and leave you to tour around our selection of video interviews and tours safe in the knowledge that you'll be busy for hours and won't notice us slip back in to continue the blurb writing.

The following features were either shot at Abbey Road or have a connection with the studios. Just remember, Abbey Road may have vast historic importance but it continues to be one of the World's leading recording facilities so PLEASE do visit them if you have a suitable project!

 

Just one final word - just because they are so well known and so respected shouldn't put you off visiting and booking. The staff are fantastic, once you're over being there you'll find that Abbey Road has a unique feel and atmosphere that really is great!


Video Features

 

Studio 1

Rafa Sardina is interviewed in Abbey Road Studio One

Studio 2

Ken Scott who worked at Abbey Road interviewed in Studio Two

Studio 3

Studio Three, before the new SSL J Series was installed

Studio 3

Studio Three, Craig Leon interview

Studio 52

Engineers Sam Okell and Chris Bolster talk about Studio 52

Studio 52

Ken Scott interviews in Studio 52

Studio tour

The Japanese tourists take a walk around Abbey Road

 

Ken Scott and Abbey Road Studios Pete Cobin talk in Studio 2
Pete Cobbin (L) in Studio 2 Abbey Road with producer Ken Scott

 

Abbey Road Studios has been home to so many landmark recordings and advances in music recording and technology. Abbey Road offers recording, mixing, editing, mastering and audio restoration services [lus now an on-line mixing and mastering service.

 

Studio One is the regarded as being th World’s largest purpose built music recording studio and can accommodate a 110-piece orchestra and 100-piece choir simultaneously. "Studio One’s acoustic is as famous as the location, offering a supremely warm and clear sound, perfect for numerous types of recording, from solo piano to large orchestras and film scores. The live area also has two spacious isolation booths. A Steinway D concert grand and a celeste are also available."

 

Studio Two is one of the most famous studio in the world due to its historic Beatles recordings. "It has a unique design, acoustic and an unparalleled history of recording. The studio can comfortably accommodate up to 55 musicians for film scores and overdubs, as well as providing the perfect tracking room for bands. Available with the studio are a variety of upright pianos and a Steinway Model D concert grand."

 

Studio Three is one of the best 'undiscoverd' studios we know of. It's equipped with a massive 96 channel SSL console and is perfect for bands and film soundtrack work. We love this studio and it was the studio where Pink Floyd recorded many of their best works.


Abbey Road is one of the best studios in the World and has many award winning engineers, producers, mastering engineers, massive microphone collections etc etc. The studio offers an excellent mix of historic recording environments and leading edge recording equipment technology.

 

The studios increasingly are being used by TV and production companies to host live events from a unique venue globally renowned for it's creativity and history.

 

recording the beatles book launch at abbey road studios
Picture taken Nov 2006 at Recording the Beatles book launch in Studio 2

 

poor quality shot of peter cobbin and ken scott at abbey road studio 2

Peter Cobbin (left) and Ken Scott (right)

 

Click here to see the 30+ pictures taken at the Recording the Beatles book launch in November 2006.

 

Click here to see the Abbey Road guy's touring Ocean Way Studios in Los Angeles.

 

Click here to see Abbey Road's chief engineer, Pete Cobin, talking about 5.1 at a recent seminar.

 

 

 

 

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