- Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the Yellow Submarine (Mono) LP.
- EMI Studios, Studio Three, Abbey Road
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This was the last Beatles session of the year and a session without any Beatle and without George Martin.
In this session lasting from 10 am to 1 pm, engineer Geoff Emerick and second engineer Graham Kirkby created the stereo mixes of four songs for the “Yellow Submarine” soundtrack album.
Last updated on September 19, 2021
Mixing • Stereo mixing - Remix 1 from take 10
Mixing • Stereo mixing - Remix 2 from take 10
Mixing • Stereo mixing - Remix 3 from take 10
Mixing • Stereo mixing - Remix 1 from take 9
Mixing • Stereo mixing - Remix 1 from take 58
Mixing • Stereo mixing - Remix 2 from take 58
Mixing • Stereo mixing - Remix 3 from take 58
Mixing • Stereo mixing - Remix 4 from take 58
Mixing • Stereo mixing - Remix 5 from take 58
Mixing • Stereo mixing - Remix 6 from take 58
Written by George Harrison
Mixing • Stereo mixing - Remix 1 from remix mono 6
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- Graham Kirkby:
- Second Engineer
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The Beatles Recording Reference Manual: Volume 4: The Beatles through Yellow Submarine (1968 - early 1969)
The fourth book of this critically acclaimed series, "The Beatles Recording Reference Manual: Volume 4: The Beatles through Yellow Submarine (1968 - early 1969)" captures The Beatles as they take the lessons of Sgt. Pepper forward with an ambitious double-album that is equally innovative and progressive. From the first take to the final remix, discover the making of the greatest recordings of all time. Through extensive, fully-documented research, these books fill an important gap left by all other Beatles books published to date and provide a unique view into the recordings of the world's most successful pop music act.
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