The studios joined the Science Museum this Halloween to celebrate 'The Year of the Engineer' through...
Ahead of Abbey Road’s first ever Hackathon, taking place on the weekend of 10 / 11 November, Abbey...
Shaping the Future of Music Technology since 1931Building on a legacy of more than 86 years of groundbreaking technological advances at the studios – from the creation of stereo and recording techniques such as Artificial Double Tracking (ADT), to the blueprint for the modern recording console and more - Abbey Road Red is our open innovation department. Its purpose is to support the endeavours of the brightest music tech entrepreneurs, researchers and developers and help introduce the next set of universally adopted recording technologies into the music business.
We run a unique music tech incubation programme that is unmatched in its bespoke nature and reach, the only one of its kind in Europe and the first when launched in 2015. We collaborate with the brightest minds in academic research; we are committed to sharing knowledge and empowering the industry; and we are pioneering and exploring the adoption of Spatial Audio in the recording chain. The white lab coats are long gone at Abbey Road, but the pioneering spirit of adventure is still as present as ever.
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Abbey Road Red News6th Nov 2018The studios joined the Science Museum this Halloween to celebrate 'The Year of the Engineer' through drop-in sessions at the Science Museum Lates event.Read more18th Oct 2018
Announcing Abbey Road Red's first Hackathon - "Reinventing Music Production"Join us in Studio One on 10-11 November for the first ever Abbey Road Red Hackathon. Bringing together a community of engineers, artists, producers and academics with the most innovative partners, we are inviting the tech pioneers of the future to explore and transform the way we create and experience music.Read more2nd Nov 2018
Abbey Road Red Goes Hacking!Ahead of Abbey Road’s first ever Hackathon, taking place on the weekend of 10 / 11 November, Abbey Road Red’s Hash Riaz was invited to Deezer’s Hacking Audio & Music Research (HAMR) 2018 hackathon at its Paris HQ, as part of ISMIR 2018, the International Society of Music Information Retrieval’s yearly conference.Read more
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