Recording the Beatles: the studio equipment and techniques used to create their classic albums

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Curvebender, 2006 - Music - 537 pages
Never before has there been such an absolutely thorough and definitive look at how the Beatles albums were recorded. Years of research and extensive interviews with the groups former engineers and technicians shed new light on those classic sessions. With a detailed look at every piece of studio gear used, as well as full explanations of effects and recording processes, Recording The Beatles is a must-have for any Beatles fan or recording engineer.

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The mother of all books about The Beatles recordings. Every microphone, every amplifier, every switch and modification is detailed in over 500+ pages with oodles of photos and diagrams. Heavy going in ... Read full review

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