Abbey Road Studios is one of the most famous recording venues in the world, where artists such as The Beatles, Pink Floyd and Michael Jackson produced some of their most influential tracks and albums. Despite its heritage, the studio isn't open to the public, which means few outside of the music industry have seen what it actually looks like inside. Today, Google is answering the call with a Street View-style online exhibit called "Inside Abbey Road." One hundred and fifty panoramic images have been stitched together to recreate the three main recording studios and mastering suite. The space is littered with photos, videos and other historical tidbits, as well as guided audio tours and interactive mini-games based on classic recording equipment. Unless you're a world-class musician, this is probably as close as you'll ever get to stepping inside Abbey Road Studios yourself.
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