Abbey Road Studios open to public for 90th anniversary celebration
Abbey Road Studios will open to the public for a week this summer, giving fans a rare look inside the legendary recording studio.
The Abbey Road: Open House tour is part of the recording studio’s 90th anniversary celebrations this year. From August 9 to 15, fans can visit the three famous recording studios, in which The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Oasis, Ed Sheeran and Adele have recorded.
If you are an equipment enthusiast, this is a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with the studio’s EMI TG Mk3 and REDD.17 consoles; Mrs. Mills’ piano; a Studer J37 tape recorder, and more. In addition, you can also visit the control rooms and the iconic echo chamber of Studio Two, which was built in 1931.
The tour will also explore the deep history of Abbey Road film music and explain how the music from blockbusters such as Raiders Of The Lost Ark, Black Panther, as well as the Harry Potter, Lord Of The Rings and Star Wars series have come about. been recorded.
Jack Franklin, head of events at Abbey Road Studios, said he opened the studio’s doors to the public in a statement [via MusicRadar]: âAs a working studio, the doors to Abbey Road are normally closed, so being able to share a rare glimpse inside our very special building is something that excites us all.
âWith a project like this, the major challenge is to select the parts of the story to tell,â he said. âThere’s so much history here that turning it into a 90-minute experience is part of the fun of the job.
I still remember the magic of stepping inside the building for the first time, so we want to give our customers the same experience this summer.
Tickets for the tour are priced at Â£ 100 per person.
Learn more at abbeyroad.com