Questo sito contribuisce alla audience di

"Recording The Beatles"

Nuovo libro sulle tecniche di registrazione dei Fabs

The new book “Recording The Beatles” by Brian Kehew and Kevin Ryan is
Recording The Beatles is a new 528 page book with a detailed look at every
piece of studio gear used, as well as full explanations of effects and
processes with hundreds of photos.

“…the most definitive and thoroughly researched book ever published about
how the Beatles’ recordings were actually made. It is an absolute ‘must’ for
anyone who wants to know the true story of their recordings, the equipment
used, and the people behind the scenes.”
-Ken Townsend, Beatles Technical Engineer 1962-1970, former Director of
Operations Abbey Road Studios
“A fascinating and impeccably researched work about the the engineers,
studios and equipment that contributed to the ‘recording revolution’ that
was The Beatles. An essential Beatles recording bible.”
-Alan Parsons, engineer/producer (The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Wings, The Alan
Parsons Project)

“I was at Abbey Road for a number of years and this book tells me things I
never even knew. It is amazing and should be requisite reading for anyone
with the slightest interest in the making of records. It shows where many of
today’s commonplace recording techniques originated and what may have been
lost in the translation.”
 -Ken Scott, engineer/producer (The Beatles, David Bowie, Elton John, George

“An amazingly detailed book that shows - both in picture and text - details
that have never before been revealed about Abbey Road Studios. A great read
for anyone interested in any aspect of recording.”
-Richard Lush, engineer (The Beatles, John Lennon, Badfinger, Paul

“To this day the question keeps coming up: ‘How did the Beatles do it?’
Kevin and Brian’s book leaves no stone unturned in revealing Abbey Road’s
contribution to these unique recordings. A magnificent effort. The amount of
detail is quite amazing and provides a wonderful insight into the technology
and methods used at the studio in the 60s. This is a definitive piece of
work. ”
-Martin Benge, engineer (The Beatles, George Harrison) former Vice President
EMI Music Studios