- Start: May 7, 2015 08:00
- End: May 15, 2015 09:00
ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS
Abbey Road Studios is the most famous recording studio complex in the world located at 3 Abbey Road, St. John Wood, City of Westminster, London, England.
They have an unparalleled history of recording, having worked with some of the world's most celebrated artists, producers, composers, and orchestras. They excel in recording, mixing, editing, mastering, and audio restoration. Their facilities are some of the best in the world with award-winning engineers, wonderful acoustic rooms, an unrivaled microphone collection and a highly sought-after mixture of unique, historic audio equipment and cutting-edge recording technology. The studios are also a unique venue and host a limited number of exclusive events per annum.
Getting a single recorded at the famous Abbey Studios with one of the legendary music producers.
Option 1: You could record to a backing track: you could sing alone in the studio with the producer at the control desk.
Option 2: Your rock band will learn the song in advance, rehearse it and then play it in the studio, which would take time. This option is, with a band who would learn the song beforehand and play it with you in the studio (All musicians are top pro's). This will be a radio quality product!
- We can have the whole experience ﬁlmed and/ or photographed at an additional cost.
- Immediate deposit is required (non-refundable) to book the studio and pay the producer in advance as he is quite busy. The producer is legendary and has worked with some of the biggest names in rock music, including Led Zeppelin, Elton John, etc.
- If for any unforeseen reason, the recording has to be rescheduled from your side, then we will try our best to reschedule the same, subject to studios’ and producers’ availability. In the case of a cancellation, the deposit would be forfeited.
- Abbey Road Studios is most closely associated with the Beatles, who recorded almost all of their albums and singles there between 1962 and 1970. The Beatles named their 1969 album, “Abbey Road”, after the street where the studio is located (the recording studio would only be named Abbey Road after the Beatles record in 1970). The pedestrian zebra crossing outside the studio has become a place of pilgrimage for Beatles fans from all over the world. It has been a long-standing tradition for visitors to pay homage to the band by writing on the wall in front of the building, although it is painted over monthly.