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Create a Track.
The J37 is a machine used inside the studio for recording directly on to tape. It was used to record albums such as Sergeant Pepper and is recognised for helping innovate the way in which producers could record multiple instruments on a single channel.
We bounced down and edited individual stems of the track London Look by Chris Blackwell and created the chance to male original edits using the J37.
Recreate the track for yourself.
The Mixing Desk.
The mixing desk inside Studio 1 at Abbey Road is certainly something to behold. We've been fortunate enough to have produced a number of albums inside this room and courtesy of the Inside Abbey Road project we were able to offer everybody the opportunity to create their very own mix down.
For this part of the tour we used Will Davies' track It Feels Like Heaven to exercise your ear, in balancing everything from drums, strings, guitars and a lead vocal. To hear more tracks from Will Davies, head across to the site.
Similarly, if you'd ever like to come and check out the studio during one of our recording sessions, feel free to contact Liam.
Before studios had digital equipment, effects opened up a whole new world for both artists and producers. Even with the numerous developments that digital techniques have offered in the modern recording age, various artists still pay homage to the vintage techniques of George Martin and his successors.
To test this out, we took a vocal stem from Giuseppe De Luca.
Click the image on the left to try it out for yourself.