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Sound engineer turned work into art form

Work with Beatles kick-started revolutionary career

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS</p><p>George Harrison (from left), Paul McCartney, producer George Martin and Ringo Starr discuss a Beatles song in the studio in 1966. Sound engineer Geoff Emerick (below, right) helped create the Beatles sound during many of these sessions.</p></p>

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George Harrison (from left), Paul McCartney, producer George Martin and Ringo Starr discuss a Beatles song in the studio in 1966. Sound engineer Geoff Emerick (below, right) helped create the Beatles sound during many of these sessions.

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