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


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.


James Lewin
Twitter @podcasting_news

Even more news...


Tascam TRACKPACK 4x4 - Complete Recording Studio for Acoustic Instruments

Softube Mutronics Mutator - Analog Voltage Controlled Filter Plug-in (Native)

More Videos

BPM2016: Roland System 8 More Details 

Splits, layers, dual synth engines, step sequencer, CV/Gate

Modular Meets Leeds: Vile Electrodes Live With The DeepMind 12 

And an interview

BPM 2016: Korg Volca Kick Shakes The Room 

New in the Volca line, moves some air

Cymru Beats 2016: VCOADSR New Live Setup and Performance 

I guess I've been trying to recreate a Korg Electribe all this time..