Console Used By The Beatles Goes Up For Sale | Music News
The rare 1958 console used by The Beatles at Abbey Road Studios is available via Vintage King Audio.
The REDD.37 console was named after its design team in EMI’s Record Engineering Development Department. The Beatles used the desk for initial recordings in Abbey Road’s Studio One.
“This REDD.37 console is one of only three ever produced by a team led by Len Page, and has been cared for since the ’90s by Lenny Kravitz – who is said to have kept it in pristine condition”.
“The REDD.37 is being paired with EMI’s four-track Studer J37, one of only eight tape machines used at Abbey Road Studios, as well as the earlier Studer C37 – a two-track stereo master recorder. The valve-driven REDD.37, itself an update of an earlier model constructed by Peter Burkowitz, was eventually supplanted when the REDD.51 was installed in Abbey Road’s Studio Two in January 1964”.
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