Great music ideas can happen anytime. Our Topline app helps you catch them instantly and precisely before that valuable moment is lost.
For everyone who needs to capture song ideas, create rapid demos or sing on top of imported tracks, this intuitive app is the perfect free tool.
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Technical Engineer and Microphone Custodian Lester Smith take us through the iconic RS56 Universal...
As a songwriter or musician, your demo is your calling card. It can help you expand your audience...
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How can we help?Welcome to Abbey Road's Production Hub, bringing together all our musician and producer services in one place.
For songwriters, take a look at our free app, Topline, designed by musicians for musicians. Topline helps you capture song ideas instantly and precisely before that precious moment is lost. For producers and engineers, benefit from Abbey Road’s expertise from the comfort of your home. From our online mastering services from £90 per song (ex. vat) to our vast range of audio plugins we can help you perfect your sound.
Read our latest music maker blogs, check our How To series or ask one of our engineers a question. Expert advice for the beginner to advanced music maker. And don't miss out on our latest competition - enter below for your chance to get your track cut to 7" vinyl.
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Take a look at our latest music maker blogs, our How To series or ask one of our engineers a question6th Jun 2019Technical Engineer and Microphone Custodian Lester Smith take us through the iconic RS56 Universal Tone Control Unit. Commonly known as the Curvebender, it was first designed in 1952 by our own engineer Mike Batchelor who later became the chief engineer at Abbey Road Studios.Read more4th Jun 2019
Introducing Q&A Series - Ask Abbey RoadIn partnership with MusicTech, we're proud to present 'Ask Abbey Road', a brand-new series that allows you the public to ask your production-related questions to our team of engineers here at the studios.Read more3rd Jun 2019
Abbey Road's Tips for Preparing a Mix for MasteringSo, you've recorded, arranged and mixed your project, but you're not finished yet. If you decide to send your mix to be professionally mastered, our mastering engineers have included some essential tips to check first.Read more29th May 2019
How To Record a Demo on Your Phone with Abbey Road StudiosAs a songwriter or musician, your demo is your calling card. It can help you expand your audience and get you noticed. Contrary to popular belief, demo recordings don't have to be elaborate or expensive either. Find out how Abbey Road can help you record your next demo with Topline.Read more21st May 2019
How To Add Reverb Depth to Drums Recorded in a Small Space | Guy MasseyThe ability to add natural depth to instruments is crucial for producers who are limited by the acoustic space of their home studios. Watch how Grammy-winning mixer Guy Massey (The Beatles, Ed Sheeran) uses Abbey Road Chambers to achieve natural depth on drums.Read more8th May 2019
How To Prepare a Track for Mastering with Lu DiazMulti-platinum producer / engineer Lu Diaz shares ten vital tips for getting loud, clean and dynamic mixes, and preparing your mix for the final mastering stage with the Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain.Read more
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