London, March 12 (ANI): Beatles' fans have a reason to rejoice after a company developed a software that allows users to play and recreate individual elements of the band's instruments.
According to Timothy Self, of Propellerheads, the new computer software provides fans an imitation of studio two at Abbey Road that saw the group record several of their albums.
The 180-pound technology boasts of recording each note from a range of the studio's instruments, leading to a "sound library" accessible to users looking to reproduce their favourite Beatles tunes.
"An awful lot of research went into getting the sound right, and we even tracked down some of the original engineers to advise us," the Telegraph quoted Self as telling London Evening Standard.
"There are some of the most famous instruments in the world, and it was amazing to work with them.
"These seem to have a real soul that we hope we captured," Self added. (ANI)