Vinyl record production gets a much-needed tech upgrade

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Ever wondered why you sometimes have to wait months after an album’s launch to get the music on vinyl? It’s not necessarily because the label hates vinyl — in many cases, it’s because the decades-old manufacturing process can’t keep up with the format’s resurgence. Relief may be in sight for turntable fans, though. Viryl Technologies is producing a pressing machine system, WarmTone, that should drag vinyl production into the modern era.

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