Vinyl Me, Please is thrilled to announce that they will be opening a new audiophile-grade pressing plant in Denver.
Located in the RiNo district just across from music venue Mission Ballroom, the new space is a sprawling 14,000 square foot complex. The new plant is scheduled to open by the end of 2022 for production, tours and special events. In addition the space will host listening areas, a bar and a cafe.
The VMP pressing plant will be led by the legendary record-maker Gary Salstrom. With over 40 years of experience in the business of making outstanding records, Salstrom is a respected voice in the field and a master of the art of vinyl production. His leadership in the new plant’s development and operation will ensure its ability to produce the finest quality records ever made.
“I’m thrilled to have the resources and partners required to make the best vinyl LPs ever produced, in a place where the experience will be as special as the finished goods,” said Salstrom.
“What we’ve seen is, essentially, the demand for pressing vinyl over the last two years far outpacing supply for pressing records,” -Vinyl Me, Please’s CEO, Cameron Schaefer, told Westworld. “About a year ago, we were really digging in on this analysis, because obviously, the vinyl supply chain was pretty critical to our business. And as we started interviewing heads of major labels and heads of pressing plants and distributors, we learned that last year at this time, there were about 300 million units of pressing demand worldwide, chasing about 150 million units of global capacity.”
“Our goal is to establish new standards for the vinyl record production industry, and to continue to facilitate the best experiences imaginable for a growing number of music lovers across the globe.” – VMP
For more information please check out the full article on vinylmeplease.com
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