Abbey Road Studios timeline

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Abbey Road Studios' media in timeline format.

2022[edit]

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2016[edit]

2015[edit]

2014[edit]

See also category: Fox Amoore at Abbey Road in 2014.

2013[edit]

2012[edit]

See also category: Abbey Road Studios 80th Anniversary.
at 2012-03-09.

2011[edit]

See also category: Graffiti around the Abbey Road Studios.
around 2011-06-03.

2010[edit]

2009[edit]

See also category: Recording the Beatles.
presentation at 2009-11-25.

2008[edit]

2007[edit]

2006[edit]

2005[edit]

2004[edit]

2003[edit]

2002[edit]

1998[edit]

1997[edit]

1995[edit]

Graffiti outside the Abbey Road studios ...

1990[edit]

See also category: The Beatles Story.(museum opened in 1990, Liverpool)

1987[edit]

1983[edit]

1969[edit]

1967[edit]

See also category: The Beatles in 1967.

1966[edit]

See also category: The Beatles in 1966.

Studio instruments[edit]

1960s~1970s recording equipment[edit]

1950s~1960s recording equipment[edit]

1930s~1940s recording equipment[edit]

1930s recording example[edit]

Note: (recording date / release date)

1934[edit]

System-search.svgSee also Wikipedia article: en:Alan Blumlein#Stereophonic sound and en:United Kingdom patent 394325.

Stereo recording was started by Alan Dower Blumlein.

IEEE Milestone Plaque - Alan Dower Blumlein
IEEE MILESTONE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
                                 AND COMPUTING

            Invention of Stereo Sound Reproduction, 1931

Alan Dower Blumlein filed a patent for a two-channel audio system
called “stereo” on 14 December 1931. It included a “shuffling”
circuit to preserve directional sound, an orthogonal “Blumlein
Pair” of velocity microphones, the recording of two orthogonal
channels in a single groove, stereo disc-cutting head, and hybrid
transformer to mix directional signals. Blumlein brought his
equipment to Abbey Road Studios in 1934 and recorded the London
Philharmonic Orchestra.

                                          April 2015
                                                IEEE

1931[edit]

System-search.svgSee also Wikipedia article: en:Abbey Road Studios.
English: Gramophone Company (later EMI) acquired and converted the premises, and the HMV Studios in London (later EMI Studios in London, or Abbey Road Studios) was established in November 1931. At the opening studios in December 1931, Sir Edward Elgar conducted the London Symphony Orchestra in recording sessions of his music.[media 1][media 2]

1830s[edit]

System-search.svgSee also Wikipedia article: en:Abbey Road Studios.
English: A nine-bedroom Georgian townhouse was built in the 1830s. It was later converted to flats.

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