Abbey Road News: Get inside with Google and the latest mastering for India

News channels and the press around the globe have been getting excited about the new feature from Google. This time it’s stroll around Abbey Road Studios in St John’s Wood whilst learning about the history, try your hand at mixing, watch some iconic videos and hear some of the many tracks recorded at the legendary studios. Head on inside! The only thing you won’t be able to get your hands on is a brownie from the Restaurant!! Too good! (Google!! Add that feature on the next upgrade?)

You get a chance to look inside all three main studios as well as a mastering studio where you will catch a glimpse of Christian Wright, one of the finest mastering engineers who has been busy of late mastering tracks featured in a new Indian film released today. Nanak-Shah-Fakir-poster The film Nanak Shah Fakir is an epic about Guru Nanak the founder of the Sikh Faith. The score is by Finnish composer Tuomas Kantelinen with songs by legendary Indian Music Director Uttam Singh.  Oscar winning composer AR Rahman presented the film and was the score mentor.


For more info on Mastering your Indian projects at Abbey Road call one of the team in Mumbai (details on the contact page) who will help you choose the right engineer best suited to your music and will help you through the process.

Abbey Road’s Geoff Pesche Talks Mastering

As you well know Bohemia represents Abbey Road Studios in India for Mastering, a crucial stage of the music making process. Recently PRS for Music, UK one the world’s largest performing rights organisations and also a co-sponsor of our Mumbai Composers Lab interviewed one of the leading Mastering Engineers in the UK Geoff Pesche. Geoff has mastered many great tracks and before joining Abbey Road Studios some 9 years ago he worked at The Townhouse, Tape One, Masterpiece and Utopia. In this revealing interview he talks through the mastering process, what it is and why you need it and about some of the great records he has worked on. Many thanks to PRS For Music’s M-Magazine for the Clip.