Velocity Works, a full service custom development software solutions company and IT staffing agency, was certified by the National Veteran-Owned Business Association on June 28, 2022. As Velocity Works is officially certified as a Veteran Business Enterprise, it opens new doors and opportunities for future work.
Many large corporations and government agencies offer a certain percentage of contracting opportunities to specific businesses such as minority-owned businesses, veteran-owned businesses and more. With the achievement of this recent certification, it has become a game changer for Velocity Works in terms of competing in the competitive market. This is truly a new horizon for Velocity Works as they can better differentiate themselves from other bids now that they are officially certified as a veteran owned business.
Prepare to see more of Velocity Works as they scale the market with their custom software solutions and technical hiring support services.
About Velocity Works
Velocity Works is an experienced custom software development company that not only delivers personalized product solutions to help businesses scale faster, they also offer IT staffing services. Whether companies are looking to invest and update their current software systems or create an entire new product, Velocity Works offers affordable solutions as they offer both nearshore and offshore services.
When it comes to their staffing services, Velocity Works knows how difficult it can be to find the right talent that can maintain the pace you need with the right skillset. Working with Velocity Works, they know what it takes to find the right technical IT talent to keep your business up and running as they scout for true talent and ensure they are the right fit by performing various technical exercises.
Velocity Works Founder
Al Lopez, founder and CEO of Velocity Works, proudly served the United States Marines Corps from 1997-2004 and was deployed in the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit. He then was recruited into the United States Army and was deployed in Iraq from 2004-2005. He served as a Civil Affairs Specialist with the Foreign Internal Defense Unconventional Warfare unit in the Army Special Operations Command. His time serving the country prepared him with the skillset to build a legacy of his own; and that is Velocity Works.
Tape Leaders: A Compendium Of Early British Electronic Music Composers is a richly illustrated A-Z compendium featuring over 100 composers active with tape and electronics in the analogue era. Containing information never previously uncovered, it shines a fresh light on many sound experimenters unacknowledged in the history of British electronic music.
With an individual entry for each composer, it covers everyone from famous names like William Burroughs, Brian Eno and Joe Meek to the ultra-obscure such as Roy Cooper, Donald Henshilwood and Edgar Vetter. There are sections for EMS and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and amateurs, groups and ensembles that experimented with electronics, including The Beatles, Hawkwind and White Noise.
First published by Sound On Sound Magazine in 2016, this is the first time it’s been available outside their shop and this new edition has been extensively revised and updated. The hardback book is 22.7cm x 17.7cm landscape, and the 224 pages are printed and bound on heavyweight 130gsm paper. With a specially compiled 15 track CD of mainly unreleased early British tape and synthesizer works (exclusively available to the Velocity Press shop and free with all pre-orders), this is an essential book for anyone interested in electronic music history during the 1950s and 60s.
Ian Helliwell: “Years before investigating the work of FC Judd for the documentary
Practical Electronica, it was evident there was so much early British electronic music that had never been properly researched. The idea of a book examining this formative period began to crystallize during work on the film, as interesting facts were being uncovered that fed into a much broader-based history than has ever been available. A compendium to cover not just the acknowledged figures, but also those that never get a mention, was the objective so that famous names sit alongside the unknowns, and the reader gets a sense of the vast amount of electronic music activity that was going on, which has since been ignored or forgotten about.
“The graphic design was another important consideration and has been something of a labour of love to evoke the era of tape recorders, tone generators and analogue synthesizers. Many of the photos and images have come directly from the featured composers or their families, and form an eye-catching array of illustrations to support and enhance the text.”
Tape Leaders isn’t out until October 2021 but if you pre-order it from velocitypress.uk you’ll receive it in September, signed by the author and with an exclusive free CD.