Vinyl pressing 2.0: powering the 21st-century vinyl revival
Viryl Technologies | Tour and Presentation
When: POSTPONED! (from Tuesday, March 24, 2020)
Time: 6:45 pm
39 Advance Rd
212 Norseman Street
Free parking is available out front of 212 Norseman Street and also at the back of the building.
A Message from Toronto Section of the Audio Engineering Society:
We’re unable to provide an online meeting for this event for tomorrow. Thus, we are postponing this meeting until a later date. We are working towards providing online meetings. We will continue to keep you updated as we can.
About the Event
Making an incredible vinyl record isn’t easy. It takes patience, attention to detail, craftsmanship and state-of-the-art equipment.
So, how are vinyl records made?
Viryl, innovative manufacturer of the WarmTone™ and LiteTone™ vinyl record presses, is giving you special inside access at this month’s AES member event on March 24th, 2020. Visitors to this exclusive session will get an in depth experience on mastering, plating, pressing, and packaging a vinyl record.
Think you’ve got what it takes to put it on wax?
Get behind the music in a whole new way on March 24th, 2020 at Viryl Technologies.
NOTE We will meet at WorkCo first for presentations, and tours will be run from that location.
CTO, President, Viryl Technologies Corp.
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Director, Marketing and Sales, Viryl Technologies Corp.
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Master's candidate, (John Vanderkooy, University of Waterloo)
Chris Zaworski is a Master’s candidate under the supervision of AES Fellow John Vanderkooy at the University of Waterloo. Chris has worked to combine a background in Physics and Astronomy with a love of music.
His research, in partnership with Viryl Technologies, is focused on studying the factors inside Viryl’s WarmTone press that influence the final audio quality of a record. Parameters such as vinyl temperature, press force and cooling all impact the sound of a vinyl record– however not much is known as to the how or why of this process. Chris’s research aims to fill in the gaps by varying conditions inside the WarmTone while pressing records to study the effect that these changes have on the sound of the finished product.
3062 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON
We’re expanding our networking time during the meeting, so you will have lots of opportunity to meet with fellow audio professionals while enjoying a light refreshment. But if you are having dinner beforehand and want to connect with other meeting attendees, this is an opportunity.
This evening’s meeting is sponsored by
WorkCo is Etobicoke’s first ever loft style Coworking space. A 10,000 retrofitted warehouse transformed to meet the needs of startups to established mid-sized businesses, freelancers and entrepreneurs who want to work, create and grow their businesses in an inspiring environment. WorkCo is part of an emerging new cluster of indie businesses and unique workspaces in The Assembly District in South Etobicoke.