The Mix Stage


Cutting Edge Film Sound Post Production

At Abbey Road, we’ve built a reputation for inspiring award winning film scores, and we now offer movie makers even more. Introducing the Mix Stage: a Dolby Atmos® Premier accredited and IMAX audio compatible studio, enabling state-of-the-art post production in the world famous surroundings that have inspired so many.

Just 10 minutes from Soho, this deluxe suite includes 4K projection, eight Pro Tools systems, three cutting rooms and a dedicated client team delivering all the five-star services and features that make working at Abbey Road a unique experience.

Abbey Road's New Mix Stage


Recent Projects

“Recording a score at Abbey Road, you’re on hallowed ground - and it lives up to its billing. The new mixing stage feels state of the art - about as a good a place to finalise your film as you could hope to find.”

Bart Layton, Film Producer

"Probably the finest mix theatre I have ever had the pleasure of working in, with some of the loveliest people."

Roland Heap, Re-recording Mixer, Supervising Sound Editor,
City of Lies

"When you dub your film in a temple of sound like Abbey Road Studios… it is better than going to work; it is going to worship."

Rob Cohen, Director,
The Hurricane Heist

"Mixing a film at Abbey Road Studios must be the equivalent of someone who dreams of becoming a racing driver working at Ferrari!"

Andrew Stirk,
Re-recording Mixer


Tech & Equipment

  • Floorplan
  • Specifications

The Mix Stage Engineers


Inside the Mix Stage

Beyond the Mix Stage and its three dedicated cutting rooms, clients have access to our private restaurant, bar and garden.


Contact Us

We'd love to welcome you to Abbey Road, so please contact us to talk through your project and for a bespoke quote tailored to your needs.

Kayla Hopkins

Studio Bookings Coordinator

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