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Olympic Studios is an early 20th-century Olympic cinema in Barnes, Londonwhich, after four years of closure, Olympic cinema on 14 October as the new home for the Olympic Studios cinema. The building at Church Road in Barnes was constructed in as Byfeld Hall, a theatre for the Barnes Repertory Company, and was a cinema for much of the first half of the century, before becoming a television studio in the late s.

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In it was purchased Olympic cinema Olympic Sound Studios and became a renowned independent commercial recording studiobest known for the many legendary rock and pop recordings made there from the late s onwards. It has been described as the "go-to studio for many of rock and pop's leading lights in the music industry's golden era, from the Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix to Led Zeppelin and the Beatles ", [2] and as being of the same importance Olympic cinema Abbey Road Studios.

The conversion from film to recording studio was undertaken by architect Robertson Grant and the acoustics completed by Keith Grant and Russel Pettinger. After forty years and a succession of owners, the studio's earlier facilities were closed by the EMI and Virgin Group in However, Olympic has now been converted into an independent local cinema incorporating Olympic cinema of its own history, including a new studio designed with the help of original members of the studio's staff.

After its earliest days, the building became a theatre briefly again in the s: In its first decade it was Olympic cinema for being one of the venues associated with the bioscopean early form of cinema combined with music hall and large instrumentation. The first home of Olympic Sound Studios was in central London in the late s. In Terry Allen Olympic cinema the company as an electronic engineer, assisting Dick Swettenham with his new transistorised sound desk.

John Timperley's assistant was Roger Savage, who quickly gained a reputation as a particularly good Olympic cinema balancer. Terry Allen soon became studio manager and was instructed by Angus McKenzie to dismiss Timperley late in Keith Grant had worked at Olympic on a casual basis for some time, and was offered the position of senior sound engineer late in Dick Swettenham designed the first professional transistorised desk in the world, which was installed into Studio One Olympic cinemaalong with the first Four track tape recorder in England.

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Apart from Roger Savage, several other young staff gained their start at Olympic. Gus Dudgeon began as a tape operator and when he Olympic cinema Olympic became associated with Elton Johnas his producer. Another successful employee was Michael Ross-Trevor, who eventually joined CBS Records, at the start of a long career in classical music recording. After Olympic cinema notified in that the lease on the Carlton Street premises would not be renewed, in McKenzie sold his share of Olympic cinema business to Cliff Adams and John Shakespeare.

They then moved it to new premises in Barneswith the guidance of Grant, when the lease ran out in Keith Grant oversaw the development of the new studios, bringing in his father Robertson Grant, an architect, to assist.

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Engineer Eddie Kramer recalled: We were very innovative and Olympic cinema course we had, I think, the best console in England and possibly the world at the time". Bold as Love and Electric Ladyland albums, all of the former and a substantial part of the latter were recorded at the studio.

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It was used extensively by Led Zeppelinwho recorded tracks there for all of their studio albums up to and including Physical Olympic cinema in In Grant again commissioned his father, this time to re-design Studio Two, as the now working and unexpectedly popular studio was causing problems with sound transmission to Studio One.

Studio One, for example, might be recording classical music by Elgar while Studio Two would be hosting sessions with the Rolling Stones. Robertson Grant successfully innovated a Olympic cinema floating space, weighing seventeen tons, which was supported by rubber pads. Later on, Grant added probably the first instant acoustic change, using rough sawn wooden slats which could cover or reveal sound-absorbing panels behind them and thus change Olympic cinema acoustics.

This made the room suitable for the recording of both rock and orchestral music at the pull of a cord.


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