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This is life changing for the fans that have always fantasized about stepping into one of the most legendary studios in London. Google has created an interactive walk-through inside Abbey Road Studios.
The famous studio was used to record some of the best sold record albums of all times, from the Beatles, Pink Floyd and Stevie Wonder. It is also known for composing soundtracks for some of the most historically recognized films, like Star Wars, Harry Potter and Indiana Jones. Since opening in 1931, the studio pushed boundaries when it came to music and sound.
The experience is accessible on desktop, tablets and phones enabling you to explore every bit of the studio. The site offers 150 different 360 degree panoramic images and also has an automated instructor in the background that instructs you on every space and room that you visit in the studio. You also get to play with pioneering equipment in specially designed interactive gadgets, such as the J37 4-track recorder that was used to record the Beatles’ (Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band).
The Inside Abbey Road Tour was part of Google’s aim to help millions of fans get an experience of a lifetime at the studio.