EMI TG 12345 mixer
Studio mixing console developed by EMI [info site], used to record Widow Wake My Mind. Kerry talked about the console a bit in his blog on 2009/09/23:
WHO'S BETTER: THE BEATLES, PINK FLOYD OR THE ROLLING STONES?
I don't know but they all recorded through an EMI mixing console.
Here is a picture of the EMI TG 12345 that we are recording the second song through. The board came from EMI Sweden and at one time was owned by guitarist Chris Rea. EMI consoles were never manufactured for commercial sale, but were made for use in EMI's network of recording studios. They were produced by EMI Research Laboratories and designed by engineers at Abbey Road Studios. The board was also recently refurbished by famed Abbey road studio technician Brian Gibson. Astonishingly the console also has one "cassette" that was used on The Beatles' Abbey Road. As we start to bring up the drum tones I can hear and see its history. This board is just so musical it's hard to put into words what it sounds like beside AWESOME.... also I must admit it's fucking damn cool to work on a piece of equipment that The Beatles once touched.