PRESS RELEASE – NEW ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS TG MICROPHONE CASSETTEKEITH MALIN
We are over the moon with this one! The one all TG fans have been waiting for…
CHANDLER LIMITED INTRODUCES TG MICROPHONE CASSETTE
Chandler Limited and Abbey Road Studios return to the legendary TG series with addition of the fully featured recording channel. Chandler Limited, the only company in the world authorised to develop, manufacture and market the ʻOfficial Equipmentʼ of EMI/Abbey Road Studios
The year was 1968 when EMI and Abbey Road Studios saw a change from the valve-driven REDD recording and mixing consoles to the transistorized TG12345 desk, a seminal moment that marked a qualitative shift in sound coming from the most famous studio in the world. The EMI TG12345 desk was introduced as the most advanced recording console of its time, featuring 12 dual channel input cassettes, with expanded EQ, and for the first time ever, a compressor/limiter on every channel. The remarkable sonic quality of the new transistor TG recording console and its components would forever leave their mark on the Beatles “Abbey Road” and Pink Floydʼs “Dark Side of the Moon” albums, as well as recordings by Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and the Rolling Stones.
The EMI TG12345 recording console would see multiple generations (Marks I-IV) before being retired from service at Abbey Road Studios in 1983. The TG desks were built exclusively by EMI for their studios and were never commercially available. Today, Chandler Limited, renown for its reproduction of the classic EMI TG12345 tone set in a modern context, combines its highly acclaimed historic EMI/Abbey Road Studios series -TG1 Limiter, TG2 Pre Amp/DI and TG12345 Curve Bender EQ, into the ultimate TG Microphone Cassette. The Chandler Limited TG Microphone Cassette delivers the historic TG sound with modern conveniences, flexibility, and something new – the TG1 Opto Limiter.The three sections of the TG Microphone Cassette comprise a TG2 Pre Amp/DI coupled with a Curve Bender EQ section, including Treble, Bass, and Presence controls, and an independently patchable TG1 Opto Limiter.