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Abbey Road Recording Console Sold For $1.8 Million
Christian Eede , March 29th, 2017 10:56

The set-up was used for Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon

The recording console used at Abbey Road Studios from 1971 to 1983 has been sold at auction for $1,807,500.

The EMI TG12345 MK IV was sold by auction house Bonhams and features 40 channels. It was used by The Cure, Kate Bush and, most notably, Pink Floyd on their Dark Side Of The Moon album.

Producer Mike Hedges had acquired it from Abbey Road in 1983 when the recording studio upgraded its recording console, holding onto it until now. You can find more details on the item and the auction here.