Abbey Road Offers Online Mixing Service

Legendary studio will mix and master uploaded tracks

September 16, 2011 1:40 PM ET
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The famed Abbey Road sign near Abbey Road Studios
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Abbey Road Studios in London has launched an online service in which users can pay to upload tracks to be mixed by engineers at the studio made famous by the Beatles, Pink Floyd and Radiohead. Prices for mixing will start around $800 for recordings with up to 24 tracks and $1,200 for up to 48 tracks. The studio will also offer mastering services for $140 per track.

Photos: Rare Beatles Pictures
Though artists using the service will get the prestige of working with Abbey Road engineers, they will not be working directly with engineers in real time. Accordingly, musicians will be required to provide a great deal of information and instruction along with their tracks.

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