Abbey Road Studios
The iconic sound of cinema
Abbey Road Studios is the most famous recording studio in the world, renowned for its creativity and technological excellence. It is a global icon that for the last 90 years has been the musical home to legendary acts – from The Beatles and Pink Floyd, from Ed Sheeran and Kanye West. It's also been the recording home for countless global blockbuster films including Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter and Avengers: Endgame.
Abbey Road Orchestra
Abbey Road Orchestra is a professional composer series of instruments, of which are the most detailed we have ever created, all captured in the world-famous Abbey Road Studio One. Our goal for Abbey Road Orchestra is to take the standard of orchestral sampling to new heights, highly focussed and immensely detailed, no-compromise orchestral sample libraries. This is a long term project and we are very excited to share more with you over the coming years.
Abbey Road One: Film Scoring Selections
Considered one of the finest acoustical spaces in the world, Abbey Road’s Studio One has a rich tonality, an expansive low end, and a reverb that is the stuff of legend. With a widescreen and epic sound, it’s no wonder that some of the most renowned and successful films ever made — Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, and Avengers: Endgame — were recorded there, benefiting from the emotion, mood, and magic of the space.
Abbey Road One puts the same first-call musicians that play on globally-successful movies at your fingertips, all recorded by multi GRAMMY® Award-winning engineer Simon Rhodes (Avatar, Hugo, Harry Potter) and featuring the legendary Abbey Road microphones and outboard gear.
Abbey Road Two: Iconic Strings
Abbey Road Two represents something truly unique - a landmark, one-off sample library consisting of a signature string sound never before available. Captured at Abbey Road’s Studio Two, the most famous recording venue in the world, Iconic Strings is steeped in a rich musical history and this very special string sound is just waiting to become part of your compositions.
There are so many sounds in Abbey Road One that are holy grails.
Amongst the best I've heard over the last 20 years