Alan Cross and the whole team have joined forces with Viryl Technologies, an emerging project-based innovation company based in Toronto, to bring you an impressive lineup of speakers. The focus will be on how vinyl records are manufactured and the issues the vinyl industry has been facing. The experts will delve into topics like engineering/mastering for vinyl, electroforming and plating, and the record pressing itself.
Music Tech Meet Up – Record Store Day Event
Just like their previous events, the event is 100% free of charge! And thanks to the companys brand new partnership with Viryl Technologies, you can expect lots of ice cold beer waiting for you at the event! (Snacks and drinks – all free of charge – are also served, hence the need to RSVP.)
The company is planning a great event at their location at 16 Goodrich Road, Unit D, Toronto. The agenda is looking pretty good, with excellent presenters from Toronto and New York speaking at the event. They’ll even have a seminar where a few attendees will be able to press a manual record while others witness record pressing in action!
Please note that the location for this event (16 Goodrich Road, Unit D) is very easily accessible by subway, about a 30 minutes ride on the TTC. Simply subway to Islington station and take the 44 south and exit at Jutland rd. So if you’re in the Canada area why not come by and enjoy this exciting event.
About Viryl Technologies: Through targeting demand and automation difficulties, Viryl Technologies’ engineers designed and are bringing to life an innovative, modern, and dynamic record press. They bring fresh thinking to the vinyl revival.
If you’re interested in attending the event, live in the Toronto area and want to find out more about their speakers click here.