De-mix Technology

Designed by Abbey Road Studios’ technology team and award-winning engineers, the ‘De-mix’ process is a revolution in sound technology.

Our De-mix process opens up access to previously locked recordings, allowing audio engineers to craft new mixes and masters. Creating a superior listening experience for music fans, our De-mix process reinvigorates catalogue and breathes new life into forgotten tracks or bootlegs.

 

 

The new process unlocks mono recordings or those where full multi-tracks do not exist, allowing our engineers to adjust the balance and levels of instruments & vocals within a track, to rebuild, rebalance and remix the recording. For remastering projects, De-mixing allows our engineers to perform targeted EQ balancing.  For example, the engineer can adjust and EQ a bass guitar without any impact on the vocals or drums.

 

 

De-mixing Process:

Recent Projects

The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones

On Air

The Beatles

The Beatles

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

The Beatles

The Beatles

A Hard Day's Night

The Beatles

The Beatles

1

The Beatles

The Beatles

Eight Days A Week

The Beatles

The Beatles

Live At The Hollywood Bowl

David Bowie

David Bowie

Life On Mars

De-mixing The Rolling Stones

Abbey Road’s James Clarke and Lewis Jones talk about De-mixing The Rolling Stones and share ‘before’ and ‘after’ samples of Satisfaction

Contact Us

Lucy Launder

Lucy Launder

Head of Mastering

  • +44 (0)20 7266 7000

Abbey Road Studios

3 Abbey Road
London
NW8 9AY
UK

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