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.
Paul McCartney's lengthy tribute to "fifth Beatle" George Martin credits the pop impresario with guiding the Fab Four's musical direction.Read the full story ›
Producer and music director Giles Martin, has posted a touching online tribute to his pop impresario father George Martin, writing on Twitter that he will miss him "more than words can say."
RIP dad. I love you. I'm so proud to have been your son. I'll miss you more than words can say. Thank you for the all times we had together.
Martin, who signed the Beatles, died yesterday aged 90. He is survived by his wife Judy and four children.
Producer and singer Midge Ure has spoken about the death of Sir George Martin, describing him as "one of the most wonderful people I have ever met."
In a phone call to GMB, Ure says "we all learned from George."
He credited Martin not only with giving the world the Fab Four, but with pioneering stereo music.
"Up until George got involved with the music industry, everything was in mono," he explains. "George insisted that we bring in a three-track tape recorder."
Spandau Ballet star Gary Kemp has described George Martin as "the Edmund Hillary of music" in a touching tribute to the Fab Four producer who died yesterday aged 90.
George Martin was the Edmund Hillary of music - adventurer, explorer, discovering routes for pop music we have all gratefully trod behind in
... He was also a beautiful, gentle man I had the pleasure of chatting to on many occasions. A Giant.
Celebrities ranging from Liam Gallagher to Roger Moore have paid tribute to 'fifth Beatle' George Martin, who has died aged 90.
Sir George Martin RIP LG x
RIP to my musical brother George Martin. We were friends since 1964, & I am so thankful 4 that gift. Bless u & your precious posse 4ever.❤️Q
Thank you Sir George Martin: the greatest British record producer of all time. We will never stop living in the world you helped create.
One of the great architects of music and sound, the great George Martin R.I.P.
How very sad to wake to the news Sir George Martin has left us. He made my first Bond film sound brilliant!
The man who made the Fab Four has died aged 90.Read the full story ›
Singer Boy George has called Sir George Martin as a "gentleman and a legend" as he paid tribute to the music producer on Twitter:
Sir George Martin. Gentleman and legend. R.I.P.
Sir George Martin's family "would like to thank everyone for their thoughts, prayers and messages of support" after he passed away at home on Tuesday, his manager said in a statement.
Prime Minister David Cameron has described Sir George Martin as a "giant of music" in a tribute to the record producer on Twitter:
Sir George Martin was a giant of music - working with the Fab Four to create the world's most enduring pop music.