Eddie Veale is the studio designer who worked hand in hand with some of music’s greatest artists to create their own home studios. Eddie designed the home studio John Lennon used to record “Imagine.” In fact, John was so excited to get in and use his new studio, he began recording while Eddie was still there. As a result, Eddie became one of the first acousticians to engineer a record. Once complete, George Harrison requested a home studio design from Eddie as well and soon the ball was rolling. Years earlier, Eddie was asked by Bob Moog to pop over to Abbey Roads Studios to repair one of his Minimoogs. It just so happens that the four lads from Liverpool were waiting for the fix so they could finish “Here Comes the Sun.”
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