Tag Archives: the end

Mixing, editing: The End, You Never Give Me Your Money, Sun King, Mean Mr Mustard

Room 4, Studio Two (control room), EMI Studios, Abbey Road
Producer: George Martin
Engineers: Geoff Emerick, Phil McDonald

The penultimate studio session for the Abbey Road album was devoted to crossfades and edits in the long medley. Read more »

Recording, mixing: The End, Golden Slumbers, Carry That Weight, Something, Here Comes The Sun

Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road
Producer: George Martin
Engineers: Geoff Emerick, Phil McDonald

George Harrison's two Abbey Road songs were completed on this day, and mixing and crossfading took place on three others. Read more »

Recording, mixing: Golden Slumbers, Carry That Weight, The End

Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road
Producer: George Martin
Engineers: Geoff Emerick, Phil McDonald

Stereo mixing of three Abbey Road songs took place during this 2.30-10.30pm session, which also saw a final overdub for The End. Read more »

Recording: Golden Slumbers, Carry That Weight, The End, Something, Here Comes The Sun

Studios One and Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road
Producer: George Martin
Engineers: Geoff Emerick, Phil McDonald

The orchestral overdubs were added to five Abbey Road songs on this day: Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight, The End, Something and Here Comes The Sun. Read more »

Recording: You Never Give Me Your Money, Because, The End

Room 43, Studios Two and Three, EMI Studios, Abbey Road
Producer: George Martin
Engineers: Geoff Emerick, Phil McDonald

Overdubs were added to three Abbey Road songs during this session: You Never Give Me Your Money, Because and The End. Read more »

Recording, mixing: You Never Give Me Your Money, Come Together, Polythene Pam, She Came In Through The Bathroom Window, Golden Slumbers, Carry That Weight, Sun King, Mean Mr Mustard, Her Majesty, The End

Studios Two and Three, EMI Studios, Abbey Road
Producer: George Martin
Engineers: Geoff Emerick, Phil McDonald

Various overdubs and mixes were created during this long day and night, which saw the Abbey Road medley take shape. Read more »