The Beatles are arguably the most influential band in music history:
With over one billion records sold and fans camping outside of their concert venues days in advance just to get a front row seat, The Beatles have shaped the sound of an entire generation.
Their American television debut on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964 was watched by over 70 million people, which is well over a third of the United States’ population!
If you are a Beatles fan and want to learn more about their recording process, this course will be a goldmine for you:
Clay Blair is the owner and head engineer of Boulevard Recording Studios in L.A, formerly known as the Producer’s Workshop, which has been home to John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Steely Dan, Neil Diamond, Pink Floyd and many more.
Since rebuilding the studio in 2010, Clay has worked with Cheap Trick, 30 Seconds to Mars, Keith Urban and Good Charlotte just to name a few.
However, Clay is not only an outstanding engineer. He is also one of the biggest Beatles fans imaginable! Ever since his teenage years, he has studied the Beatles and Geoff Emerick‘s recording process in detail, to be able to reproduce The Beatles amazing tones faithfully.
Be a fly on the wall, as Clay walks you through re-recording two classic Abbey Road medleys live:
Sun King’/’Mean Mr. Mustard’ and ‘Polythene Pam’/’She Came In Through The Bathroom Window’.
Learn about the band’s recording workflow in the studio, which basses, guitars, amps and effects John Lennon and Paul McCartney used to create their unique tones, the key components to Ringo‘s drum sound, as well as Geoff Emerick‘s unconventional approach to recording and mixing.
Take this course today and discover a whole new side to The Beatles, which you might not have been aware of yet: