Pink Floyd UK recording Dark Side Of The Moon May 1971
From cutting-edge synthesisers and dense soundscapes to tape splicing, Dark Side of the Moon was Pink Floyd’s eighth studio album.
The band opted to record their new material at Abbey Road Studios in London, working with engineer Alan Parsons whose previous works included The Beatles’ Abbey Road and Let It Be. The band chose the world-renowned studio as it was home to, at the time, some of the most advanced recording technology ever produced – including the EMI TG12345 mixing console.
In contrast to the 8 and even 4-track recording systems Pink Floyd had used in past, the EMI TG12345 was able to work with up to 16 different tracks at once. This whole new arsenal of potential tracks opened many doors for the band; it not only meant that they could inject more instruments and sound effects into their songs, but they could also experiment with double-tracking vocals and guitar lines, greatly enhancing their already outstanding ability to create lush soundscapes.
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