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Rock on! Abbey Road Studios is opening its doors to the public

The legendary recording studio is celebrating its ninetieth anniversary

Ed Cunningham

It’s an age-old tradition, a rite of passage for Beatlemaniac Londoners. Get three mates, go down to Abbey Road, then hold up obscene amounts of traffic while trying to recreate The Beatles’ iconic 1969 zebra-crossing-straddling album cover.

But for a few very, very special days this week, music obsessives visiting Abbey Road will be able to do more than just infuriate local drivers. The legendary Abbey Road Studios , responsible for some of the greatest music recordings ever made, is opening its doors to the public. 

As many superlatives as I whip out, they don’t do Abbey Road justice. From The Beatles to Adele, Kanye West to Kate Bush, these studios, engineering booths and practice rooms have hosted music greats from across the generations and witnessed countless magical moments in pop and rock history.

And now, to celebrate the studios’ ninetieth anniversary, the public are being allowed inside. Ticket-holders will be treated to a 90-minute tour of the studios, including visits to the control rooms, three of its original recording rooms and the Studio Two Echo Chamber, learning about its history along the way.

Tickets are still available and can be bought from the Abbey Road: Open House website .

Abbey Road Studios, 3 Abbey R d, NW8 9AY. Aug 9-15. £100.

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Abbey Road Studios opens to the public this summer - here’s how to visit

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From The Beatles to Pink Floyd , Kate Bush to Oasis , and Radiohead to Sam Smith - Abbey Road Studios has seen some musical legends pass through its doors.

And now the iconic hallowed halls can be visited by the general public, who have been offered the chance to step inside Studio Two.

Over two weekends, the world’s most famous recording studio will open its doors in a series of lectures titled “Step Inside Abbey Road Studios ” and superfans are being urged to be quick to snap up the last tour available.

Beatles bigwigs Kevin Ryan and Brian Kehew will host the series of exclusive talks. The pair - authors of “Recording the Beatles : The Studio Equipment and techniques used to Create Their Classic Albums,” will “delve into the past, present and future of the storied building” and tell some of the stories of what went on behind the scenes of recordings.

When are the Abbey Road Studios tours?

The tours are taking place across two weekends, on August 4, 5 and 6 and again on August 11, 12 and 13.

There are various times across these dates which sold out quickly, but this week - due to popular demand - the studio organisers have put on an additional session at midday on August 12.

Tickets available from here but are limited to only one date being available because of the high demand the event has seen.

Every single session is sold out, but the midday session on August 12 still has space, although it isn’t sure how long that will last. The session has been put on to try and make sure as many fans as possible can attend, with tickets costing £141.

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Who recorded in Studio Two at Abbey Road?

One of the most famous studios at Abbey Road, Studio Two was one of the facility’s original three studios and was initially principally used by big bands to record jazz and swing music.

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It later became known as the home of British rock’n’roll during that music explosion, led by such artists as Cliff Richard and the Shadows, and was immortalised by The Beatles recording in there as well as Pink Floyd .

Others to have recorded there include Kate Bush, Oasis, Adele, Ed Sheehan and Radiohead .

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Abbey Road to open its doors to the public this summer: your chance to take a tour of the legendary studios

A rare chance to go beyond the ‘no entry’ signs

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OK, it’s not quite the same as recording there, but if you’ve ever dreamed of stepping inside the hallowed halls of Abbey Road Studios, this summer presents you with your opportunity.

From 9 to 15 August, Abbey Road is flinging open its doors and taking guests on a “specially curated journey through the studios’ history”. This forms part of Abbey Road’s 90th anniversary celebrations.

The so-called Abbey Road: Open House tour will enable you to explore all three of the famous recording rooms - which have hosted the likes of The Beatles , Pink Floyd, Oasis , Kanye West, Adele and Frank Ocean - and you’ll hear the stories that have helped to create the Abbey Road legend.

If you’re a musician, you’ll be keen to feast your eyes on the gear, too: the likes of the EMI TG MK3 recording console, used extensively on records since the late ‘60s; the iconic ‘Mrs Mills’ piano ; the REDD.17 mixing console; the BTR3 tape machine; and the recently acquired Mellotron.

The exhibition will also feature unseen images, film and artefacts, and cover Abbey Road’s history of technological innovation. You’ll learn more about the many film scores that have been recorded there, too.

Isabel Garvey, Managing Director at Abbey Road Studios says: “Celebrating 90 years of Abbey Road by inviting the public beyond the ‘no entry’ signs is a really exciting way for us to share the magic of the building.

“Abbey Road: Open House is a rare and fascinating opportunity to discover the stories behind some of the greatest music that has been the soundtrack to our lives, in the very rooms where it was made.”

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Jack Franklin, Head of Events at Abbey Road Studios, adds: “As 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 we’re all really excited about.

“With a project like this, the major challenge is selecting which bits of the story to tell - there is so much history here that editing it down to a 90-minute experience is all 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 guests that very same experience this Summer.”

For details of the tour and to buy tickets - which cost £100 per person - head to the Abbey Road Studios website.

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I’m the Deputy Editor of MusicRadar, having worked on the site since its launch in 2007. I previously spent eight years working on our sister magazine, Computer Music. I’ve been playing the piano, gigging in bands and failing to finish tracks at home for more than 30 years, 24 of which I’ve also spent writing about music and the ever-changing technology used to make it. 

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The Ultimate Guide to Visiting Abbey Road

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Abbey road was originally nothing more than a thoroughfare along Northwest London that most people used just to reach the Lord’s Cricket Ground. However, in 1969, when one of Britain’s most famous rock bands The Beatles shot one of their album artworks there, the place became a significant symbol/monument. Now, people from all over the world stop by this location to take pictures of themselves imitating the famous artwork where the four band members are walking straight across the crossing, one of them (Paul) barefoot.

Just ahead of the crossing is the famous Abbey Road studios where The Beatles recorded most of the music they created from 1962 to 1970 at. In addition, The Beatles named the last album they ever recorded after the road in front of their studio, Abbey Roads, hence the artwork they took at the same location. Taking this into appreciation, initially named EMI studios, the studio changed its name to Abbey Road studios that has now become the landmark for producing so many legendary music by artists such as Pink Floyd, Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga and so on.

Nowadays Abbey Road is a busy spot for music fans and there are many free walking tours in London covering this pop culture landmark. If you want to see Abbey Road during your next trip to London, take a look at this guide to make the most of your trip!

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The highlight of Abbey Road is definitely the famous crossing. There are many stories that circulate behind this artwork as does anything involving The Beatles does. However, there is one interesting story that many guides running free Beatles tours share, and it articulates how the band was close to breaking up. According to that story, even in the process of recording The Beatles could not  stand each other’s presence that they simply decided to name the album after their recording  studio and take the photo for the artwork in the road in front of the studio.

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The accuracy of this story is still unknown but when you reach Abbey Road, you feel the spirit of the Beatles still alive  in the spot. Afterall, the Beatles were not just a rock band that produced music. They were an iconic figure of the century, leaving their marks on changing the definition of music itself not to mention also fashion, politics and society. Why not step into the shoes of your own favorite Beatles member for a day by standing along his part in the Abbey Road?

Besides getting your photo taken at the crossing, there is also an Abbey Road shop right next to the studio where fans can find souvenirs that can only be purchased there. The products on sale here are not only Beatles related, but also allow you to learn more about the many musicians who were involved in creating the legacy that Abbey Road studio is famous for today.

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When you’re visiting Abbey Road, do try to go in the mornings when there are less people, groups in free tours, and mobile cars. Don’t forget, it is just a side walk but it is “The Beatles’ sidewalk”. For Beatles fans, this is definitely the holy land. In the afternoon, the place will be filled with tourists and fans all aiming for the same shot. On the other hand, we cannot forget that this is a road still in use.

Nothing is worse than getting ‘your moment’ photobombed by an unfamiliar truck or getting scolded at by impatient drivers. This is why I repeatedly stress to go in the mornings!

If you want to see more attractions, you can take a look at the free tours in London that depart every day.

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Abbey Road Studios is among the most famous recording studios in music history, and while music fans are no doubt familiar with the albums that came out of Abbey Road – the Beatles catalog, Dark Side of the Moon ,  The Bends , among many others – not many have actually seen the inside of the storied London studio itself. That is, until now.

For Inside Abbey Road , Google has teamed with the studio to present an in-depth, multimedia guided tour through the famed studios by combining the search engine’s Google Maps technology with YouTube videos, interactive exhibits and more.

“ Abbey Road Studios has been a hive of creativity and source of world-class recordings for more than 80 years,” Giles Martin, producer and the son of longtime Beatles collaborator George Martin, said in a statement. “The artists using the studios have sold countless millions of records and have helped create popular culture as we know it today. It’s an inspirational place and an honour for me to work there today. This collaboration with Google gives the outside world a great insight into the everyday workings of the studio and allows anyone to glimpse the magic that goes on inside the world’s most famous recording studio.”

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Upon “entering” Abbey Road Studios, virtual tourists are guided through the venue’s three main rooms – Studio One, Two and Three – with each stop punctuated by videos and audio of some of the music that has been created in each room. For example, a visit to Studio Two allows users to play around with vocal effects like the flanger and phaser or watch a video of Oasis recording Dig Out Your Soul in the same space, while Studio Three features performances by Sam Smith and a “Body and Soul” duet between Tony Bennett and Amy Winehouse. Even Abbey Road’s “mirror room,” where drummers lay down their tracks, is represented.

“We’re always looking at how we can use technology to bring people closer to cultural icons and institutions around the world,” said Tom Seymour, the project lead from Google’s Creative Lab. “With Inside Abbey Road, we wanted to open the doors to the iconic music studio for anyone in the world to step inside and experience the stories, the sounds, the people and the equipment that make Abbey Road Studios what it is today.”

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Snoop around the Beatles’ old stomping ground as Google goes Inside Abbey Road

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Google’s Street View has always been a fun tool, with its funky, wall-eyed images transporting you to faraway places from the comfort of your desktop. But today the service has outdone itself, extending an invitation to anyone and everyone to explore the point of inception for some of the most important and influential recorded music in history. Welcome to Abbey Road Studios.

Through a new interactive experience called Inside Abbey Road , users from across the globe are invited to virtually explore the grounds of the legendary studio that served as a creative haven for the artists and producers that carved out the mold for modern recording. From the Beatles’ signature recordings to Jay-Z’s Magna Carta album, Abbey Road has seen a lot. And now you can see Abbey Road.

Giles Martin, Abbey Road producer and son of “the 5th Beatle” Sir George Martin, spoke about the collaboration with Google for access to this “hive of creativity” that has stood as a recording staple for over 80 years, from the first live global broadcast to the invention of stereo sound.

“This collaboration with Google gives the outside world a great insight into the everyday workings of the studio and allows anyone to glimpse the magic that goes on inside the world’s most famous recording studio,” Giles said.

Apart from unprecedented access to the public — via more than 150 different 360-degree panoramic images — Inside Abbey Road offers a host of interactive tools to play around with as you virtually wander through the various control rooms, mixing booths, and sound stages that comprise the halls of the studio.

Users are offered to play with a virtual J37 4-track recorder (the famed rudimentary device used to track Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band),  mess around with tape effects, see how vinyl is cut, and watch virtual artists as they ready for the red light. You can navigate through the side map, move between each hall and studio, and read up on famous recordings and historical moments such as the “Birth of Film Scoring.”

In addition, users are invited to follow Giles Martin, Abbey Road engineer Mirek Stiles, or BBC 6 radio presenter and recording artist Lauren Laverne on guided interactive tours.

“We’re best known for some of the amazing music created at the studios,” said Abbey Road managing director Isabel Garvey, “but ‘Inside Abbey Road’ gives music fans and musicians unprecedented access to find out a lot more about the studio’s role in unleashing some of this creativity, whether that’s with legendary artists known all over the world or those just starting out.”

If you’re a music fan — especially one partial to those 4 mops from Liverpool — this new tool is a fantastic way to waste away a few hours exploring one of the most influential landmarks in musical history — and you won’t even have to leave your cubicle.

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Beatles Walking Tour of Marylebone & Abbey Road

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Roll up Roll up for the Beatles Magical Mystery London Walking Tour of Marylebone including the real Abbey Road location.  There are countless places around London with fascinating Beatles links, spread out over many miles. The best way to see as many of these as possible is by joining our afternoon Beatles London Tour. Your friendly guide will skillfully guide you through Beatles sites in Marylebone and St Johns Wood where significant moments in Beatles history occurred. As you travel along you’ll hear fascinating anecdotes and trivia.  This Beatles London tour is a fab way to travel back to the Swinging 60s and the days of the Beatles.

Beatles Tour Highlights

  • Find out where Paul McCartney recorded an early demo of Eleanor Rigby
  • Recreate the Abbey Road album front cover and get a photo crossing the same zebra crossing as John Lennon, Paul, George and Ringo
  • Hear about Beatlemania and discover the lengths that fans would go to get near the Beatles
  • Laugh at the Beatles antics in their films A Hard Day’s Night and Help!
  • Find out how a case of breaking and entering turned into a hit song!
  • Get an exclusive discount from the Beatles Store before you start the tour
  • Pass by Paul McCartney’s London home

During this 2 ½ hour Beatles Magical Mystery tour of London, you’ll be amazed by how much you’ll see and learn. The tour navigates through Marylebone and St John’s Wood. You will take in numerous locations including places where the Beatles filmed, recorded, performed, partied, stayed, married, and more.

You’ll hear about famous photoshoots and publicity stunts. You’ll pass by some of the Beatles’ London homes. See the place where Paul Mccartney created the song ‘Yesterday’. Learn interesting trivia about Ringo Starr and John and Yoko

Throughout this Beatles London tour you’ll be able to build a picture of these Fab 4 boys. From their songs, their interviews, and their relationships you’ll get to know all about them. Learn interesting trivia about Richard Porter, Ringo Starr and John and Yoko

You’ll discover what inspired their songs and where they were subsequently written and recorded.

If you’re a fan of the Beatle’s films as well as their music, then you’re in for a treat. The Beatles tour London also includes a stop from a filming location from A Hard Day’s Night as well as Help!.  See where some of the scenes were filmed and find out what happened behind-the-scenes. As part of the tour you will need a Contactless card OR Zone 1 Travelcard OR Oyster Card to make a short bus ride from Baker Street to St Johns Wood.

The tour ends at the renowned Abbey Road Studios and zebra crossing.  You’ll be given the chance to follow in the Beatles’ steps and recreate their Abbey Road album cover on the Abbey Road crossing. This is one of the most iconic and recognisable album covers of all time.

This afternoon walking tour is designed to complement the Beatles London Walking Tour of Soho and Mayfair which takes place earlier in the day at 11am and visits entirely different Beatles locations to this walking tour in the West End.   If you are a true Beatles fan, this walking tour of London are a must.

What’s Included

  • 2 ½ hour tour of Beatles’ locations in London
  • Knowledgeable, approachable & fun driver and guide

What’s Excluded

  • Food & drink
  • A Contactless card OR Zone 1 Travelcard OR Oyster Card is needed for a short bus ride from Baker St to St Johns Wood
  • Optional gratuities

What To Bring

  • Consider layers of clothing
  • Comfortable shoes for a leisurely walking tour

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  • Accessibility: Customers need to be able to get on a public bus towards the end of the tour
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  • No entry fees or entries to buildings included

How long is the route?

  • The tour is approximately 2 miles long .

Is the tour wheelchair accessible?

  • The tour is not suitable for a wheelchair due to the need to travel on the tube train from Baker St to St Johns Wood and the uneven surfaces on the route. British Sign Language is not provided on the tour.

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Inside Abbey Road is an interactive experience that lets fans around the world explore the legendary studios, hear its stories and play with some of its famous equipment right from their computer, tablet or phone.

Inside Abbey Road is a new site created by Google and Abbey Road Studios, which lets people explore every nook and cranny of the three main studios and one mastering suite for the first time. Throughout the site, there are more than 150 different 360-degree panoramic images for visitors to explore. As they walk through the studios, they'll see YouTube videos and archival images from Abbey Road's history- right where it originally happened. From footage of Elgar and the London Symphony Orchestra opening the studios in 1931 to Jay Z discussing his Magna Carta album with Zane Lowe. Users can even play with pioneering equipment in specially designed interactive gadgets, such as the J37 4-track recorder that was used to record The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.  For your chance to step Inside Abbey Road, click here .

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Because of its proximity to the conflict in Chechnya , the security situation is very poor in Stavropol Krai. While kidnappings are unlikely, there have been fairly regular bombings of public areas and official facilities in the southern cities and in Stavropol over the years. While a visitor is fairly unlikely to be victim to such terroristic attacks, the resulting crackdown has led to strict and unfortunately corrupt policing of the area — a visitor is quite likely to be harassed for bribes.

Stavropol Krai is the nearest “island of freedom” (in every sense) for residents of neighboring Chechnya and Ingushetia, who often visit this region for entertainment purposes (alcohol, nightclubs), therefore, it is not uncommon to run into them in entertainment establishments and at night on the streets. They are often armed with knives and pistols. To prevent conflicts, it is better to refrain from reacting to possible provocations on their part and simply walk away from them.

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  • Stavropol State University — located in Stavropol, owned in 1996
  • North Caucasus Gumanitarium Technological University — main located in Stavropol, but have own filials in Pyatigorsk, Kislovodsk and Ingushetia
  • North Caucasus Gumanitarium Technological Institute;
  • Stavropol State Medical Academy
  • Stavropol State Agrarium University — one of the best agrarium university in Russia;
  • Pyatigorsk State Linguistic University — one of the best linguistic university in Russia.Located in Pyatigorsk;
  • Pyatigorsk State Technological University — located in Pyatigorsk
  • Kislovodsk State Technological University — located in Kislovodsk

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Mobile [ edit ].

In Stavropol krai there are three GSM operators (MTS, Beeline, Megafon), one 3G-UMTS operator (Beeline) and one CDMA operator on 800 MHz frequency (RusSDO) and they often have offers that give you a SIM card for free or at least very cheap. If you are planning to stay a while and to keep in touch with Stavropolean and other North-Caucasus, South-Russians people, then you should consider buying a local SIM card instead of going on roaming. If you buy a SIM card from a shop you'll need your passport for identification. It only takes five minutes to do the paperwork and it will cost less than $10.

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Stavropol Krai is a common jumping off point for tourists venturing into the North Caucasus . Basically any city in the region can be reached via minibus or taxi from Mineralnye Vody.

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