Abbey Road Studios Opens Doors to Public for Lectures

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Abbey Road Studios Opens Doors to Public for Lectures

Abbey Road Studios are opening it’s doors to the public for special lectures that will be hosted by the authors of Recording the Beatles, Brian Kehew and Kevin Ryan, according to NME.

These special lectures are a continuation of the celebration of the 80th anniversary of Abbey Road Studios that took place earlier this year. This will give fans a rare glimpse inside Studio Two, which is where legendary bands like the Beatles and Pink Floyd recorded. Not only will those in attendance get a tour of the historic studio, but they will also see how the echo chamber works and demonstrations of the equipment in the studio, like a vintage four-track mixing console and tape machine.

Special photographs from the EMI and the archive of Abbey Road Studios will be on display during the lectures, as well as the equipment used by the legendary artists.

Kehew and Ryan will host the lectures on March 8-10 and then again on 15-17. To learn how to get tickets for the lectures click here.

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