Abbey Road Studios in London has reportedly acquired a remote production & music collaboration technology startup, Audiomovers. This startup enables real-time streaming, listening, and recording of high-resolution multi-channel remote audios with various collaborators.
The recent acquisition deal marks the entry of the recording studio in the remote music production space. Founded by Yuriy Shevyrov and Igor Maxymenko in 2017, Abbey Road has revealed that Audiomovers has been observing widespread recognition among producers, songwriters, mixers, and studios that require remote collaboration amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The startup’s technology and product will be supported by the resources and expertise of Abbey Road Studios.
The subscription service of Audiomovers is priced at $3.99 per week, $9.99 per month, and $99.99 per year. The service also offers a free weekly trial and has a presence across the globe. It supports lossless multichannel audio and up to 7.1 surround sound, as well as includes a set of plugins, Listento Receiver and Listento, and mobile apps, with the beta desktop software expected to come soon.
According to Abbey Road’s Managing Director, Isabel Garvey, the company is aware of the increasing popularity of Audiomovers due to the robust demand for remote access to the studio sessions. Through remote music production, it will serve and support all forms of music-making, irrespective of the creators’ locations.
Abbey Road’s Head of Digital, Dom Dronska, has also cited that the studio has aided people in producing and writing music, which has resulted in a market fit product for this early-stage business. It is also excited to provide operational and commercial firepower to ensure considerable growth to its full potential.
Yuriy Shevyrov and Igor Maxymenko have reportedly stated that Abbey Road Studios is a perfect fit for the Audiomovers business. With the latest deal, the startup will focus on audio excellence and build an innovative roadmap powered by the Abbey Road team to become the global hub for remote audio collaboration.