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Radio promo beds recorded at Abbey Road

A new radio production library has been recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London for music production company Beds and Beats.

The album, which is released today, features players from the London Symphony Orchestra and Royal Philharmonic.

It was overseen by recording engineers who worked on Lord of the Rings, Star Wards and Harry Potter, and contains 10 tracks inspired by modern and classic movies.

Creative Director Dave Bethell told RadioToday.co.uk: “We’re proud to have worked with over 40 of the best in their field on this album, from producers and performers to composers and mix engineers, recording at Abbey Road Studios is a real career highlight and an honour, and the quality of the results are clear to hear!”

The tracks are free for Beds and Beats users, with PRS returns required for usage. See all the tracks on bedsandbeats.com and check out the video below. Today’s launch date ties in with the 50th anniversary of the first ever recording of The Beatles at Abbey Road.

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