The Making Of Native Instruments' Abbey Road 70's Drums

     23/03/10

This pair of videos, via Native Instruments, is a promo for their new Abbey Road 70's Drums - but it also offers up a slice of pop music history.

The first video feature interviews with Richard Hale and Peter Mew, two audio engineers who have been recording artists at Abbey Road since the mid sixties.

The second video takes a look at the actual recording sessions.

Abbey Road 70's Drums features painstakingly sampled drum kits, recorded in Abbey Road's Studio Two.

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James Lewin
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