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ITV News Correspondent Nina Nannar reports
George Martin "saw the real talent in John Lennon and Paul McCartney", Beatles biographer Philip Norman said as he paid tribute to the star.
Martin, who signed the Beatles, died yesterday aged 90. He is survived by his wife Judy and four children.
Mr Norman told ITV News: "He devoted himself to making it sound as good as it could. He became a celebrity producer although he didn't want to be a celebrity."
Fans have written tributes to George Martin on walls on Abbey Road today, following news of the Beatles producer's death at the age of 90.
Parlophone has honoured George Martin, its ex-chairman who signed the Beatles to the record label in 1962.
George Martin - a true gentleman, innovator, Beatle, and Chairman of Parlophone who revolutionised pop music. RIP. https://t.co/obTI3pnxG9
Abbey Road Studios has expressed its “deepest condolences” to "fifth Beatle" George Martin's family following his death at the age of 90.
It has promised to continue the Beatles producer's "visionary legacy" at the famous music studios.
Sir George transformed music recording with his creative flair, innovation and passion and we want to express our deep sadness at losing such an immensely talented, charming and warm man.
We are committed to ensuring Sir George's visionary legacy lives forever at Abbey Road Studios, and we are hugely honoured to be part of his story.
Abbey Road Studios, a converted Georgian townhouse in St John's Wood, north London, rose to fame in the 1960s as the Beatles recorded almost all of their albums and singles there - even naming their 1969 album Abbey Road.