Audio Technology


This issue contains a feature about remixing and remastering The Beatles’ classic album Abbey Road. The engineer who worked on the project, Sam Okell, talks about re-mixing it all in-the-box while trying to recreate effects that were originally made with the creative use of analogue tape recorders. At one point he expresses a sense of wonder about it all: “It’s amazing that the tools they had at the time, apart from EQ and compression, were all tape-based...” Reading it made me nostalgic for the days of analogue tape.

I’ve been messing with analogue tape since the mid ’70s, starting with portable machines

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