Friday, 14 September 2012 10:14 AM
Although Abbey Road Studios is usually closed to the public, a new 'record a song' experience is set to give music lovers a once in a lifetime chance to go behind the scenes and record a song.
Launching in conjunction with The Savoy hotel in London, the music experience will include two nights 'rockstar' accommodation at the famous luxury hotel.
Opened in November 1931 Abbey Road Studios were the world's first purpose built recording studios. The iconic building has a phenomenal 80 year history working with many of the world' s most famous artists including The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Hollies, Cliff Richard, Kate Bush, Oasis, Elbow, Florence and the Machine, Kasabian and Stereophonics.
As well as gaining exclusive access to one of the world's most iconic recording studios, visitors will get the ultimate rock star treatment when they record a group song from the Abbey Road Studio catalogue.
Guests will hear their recording in a playback session at the studio and receive a copy of their recording, professionally mixed and mastered by Abbey Road Studios engineers, to take home.
The Record a Song Experience is available for the weekends of October 12 to 14, 2012 and November 16 to 18, 2012 with 10 packages available per weekend. Rates start at £780 per person.
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