Last weekend's GRAMMY Awards ceremony in Los Angeles saw director Ron Howard walk away with the award for Best Music Film for his documentary about the Beatles' early touring years Eight Days a Week, despite competition from big releases including Beyoncé's Lemonade and Steve Aoki and Netflix's I'll Sleep When I'm Dead.
The soundtrack for the film involve the use of pioneering technology developed here at the studios that enabled Giles Martin and Abbey Road’s James Clarke to remove the audience's screams from the master recordings of these seminal performances. The film's audio and soundtrack were also mixed here at the studios by Giles Martin alongside Abbey Road engineer and previous GRAMMY award winner Sam Okell with assistance from Matt Mysko.
Congratulations to everyone involved. Watch a video of director Ron Howard being interviewed here in Abbey Road's Studio Two about the making of the ground breaking film below.