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Written by Matt   
Friday, 18 September 2015
Alan Parsons and David Hepworth, Abbey Road Studios

London's legendary Abbey Road Studios is opening its doors to the public this November to host a series of lectures under the name 'Sleeve Notes: From Mono To Infinity' presented by acclaimed music producer and recording engineer (plus one-time Vice-President of the Studios…) Alan Parsons.

During the talks he will be opening up about the development of his own skills and experience as an engineer, producer and recording artist at Abbey Road, placing these alongside the ongoing developments in music technology at the Studios that allowed him and others to create such ground-breaking records that continue to survive the test of time.

The talks will include audio, footage, photos and the vintage studio equipment used to create some of his and the Studios' classic tracks. They will also include an audience Q&A co-hosted by David Hepworth whose journalistic and TV credits include work for The Guardian, NME, Q, Mojo and The Old Grey Whistle Test.

Alan Parsons' career at Abbey Road began when he was a trainee engineer on The Beatles' final two albums, Let It Be and Abbey Road, and he went on to handle mixing duties on Pink Floyd's Atom Heart Mother and The Dark Side Of The Moon. As an artist and producer in his own right in the Alan Parsons Project he went on to record a series of works throughout the 70s and 80s at Abbey Road including Tales Of Mystery And Imagination, I Robot, and Eye In The Sky.

Tickets for the events are now available through this direct link at Seetickets. The sessions take place on Friday 13th November 2015, at 3pm and 8pm; Saturday 14th, at 11am and 4pm; and Sunday 15th at 4pm.

 
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