Abbey Road Studios is the most famous recording studios in the world and a global music icon.
Home to countless landmark recordings and pioneering advances in recording technology, the legendary studio complex has a phenomenal history spanning over 85 years, encompassing celebrated work by many of the worldís most famous recording artists including The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Frank Ocean, Kate Bush, Florence + The Machine, Ed Sheeran, Radiohead, Oasis, Kanye West, Lady Gaga and Adele.
Since the score for Raiders of The Lost Ark was recorded at the studios in 1980, Abbey Road has developed into one of the worldís premier locations for movie scoring. Blockbuster films such as The Lord of The Rings Trilogy, Skyfall, the Harry Potter series and the Oscar-winning Gravity feature scores recorded there, while recent projects include Suburbicon, Alien:Covenant, Victoria & Abdul and The Hitmanís Bodyguard. Additionally, a number of high-profile video games such as Halo 5 and Call of Duty have recorded in-game music at Abbey Road Studios.
Earlier this year, in the biggest transformation since opening in 1931, Abbey Road launched two new contemporary studios - The Gatehouse and The Front Room - making the magic of Abbey Road accessible to a whole new generation of recording artist. The new studios have already played host to artists from James Bay, Jess Glynne, JP Cooper and Skrillex to legends like Nile Rodgers plus grime stars Novelist and Jammer BBK. A new Dolby Atmos Premier Studio certified Mix Stage also opened in 2017 making Abbey Road the only facility in the UK to offer both scoring and film sound post production.
The studios house a number of state of the art mastering suites. Recent projects mastered or re-mastered by Abbey Roadís award-winning engineers include music from Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran, Queen, The Smiths, Depeche Mode, New Order, Mary J. Blige.
Abbey Road Studios is accessible no matter where an artist is located, offering online mixing and mastering, audio products for professional and home studio music producers, live concert recording, archiving and video services. The studios also host a select number of special events each year.
In 2016, Abbey Road launched Abbey Road Red, Europeís first music-focused technology incubator which supports the endeavours of entrepreneurs, research and developers.
The Abbey Road Institute is another new initiative, offering vocational diplomas in music production and audio engineering to students at the studio complex in London and state of the art facilities in Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Melbourne.
- 10 SDKs
- 3.48 Avg. Rating
- 4 Total reviews
- App Url: https://itunes.apple.com/app/abbey-road-studios/id1270125833
- App Support: http://www.abbeyroad.com/apps
- Genre: Music
- Bundle ID: com.abbeyroad.topline
- App Size: 56.7 M
- Version: 2.0
- Release Date: October 18th, 2017
- Update Date: April 6th, 2020
Abbey Road Studios' multitrack recording app for songwriters, enabling you to capture your song ideas everywhere.
● Import an instrumental, beat or a vocal track
● Record up to three vocal tracks on top of it
● Adjust volumes and mix tracks on the mixer panel
● Add reverb which can simulate spaces from a small room to a cathedral, and
control the reverb amount
● Build and organise projects by adding lyrics, tags and pictures to help you find
● Convert and export projects to M4A audio files
● Share projects with friends and collaborators over WhatsApp text or messenger
● Save projects to your device and sync them to your Google Drive and/or
DESIGNED BY MUSICIANS FOR MUSICIANS
To develop Topline, we worked closely with emerging songwriters and producers from across London to understand their creative needs.
They all shared a big concern about losing original song ideas. We decided to solve this challenge and the result is Topline - the latest in a continuing series of innovations designed to bring the Abbey Road magic closer to music makers whenever and wherever they create.
Awarded 'Music App of the Year' and 'UX of the Year' at the UK App Awards 2018.
“It's symbolic that Abbey Road, the world’s most famous recording studios, is launching a free iOS recording app. Times have changed, and here’s evidence of one of the great bastions of the music industry changing with them.” — Music Radar
“Forgetting that melody you thought of on the bus, or that riff just before bed is one of the most frustrating things for a musician. However, Abbey Road’s free iOS app, Topline, looks to alleviate these frustrations.” — Music Tech
More tracks (without importing)
Great app - better Voice Memo
Much needed app
Good App - Great if...