Tony Agnello always had music being played in his house growing up and credits his great teachers for helping him discover his love for science and math. Starting when he was a teenager, he would go to shows at The Fillmore and see amazing acts such as Crosby, Stills & Nash, King Crimson and The Grateful Dead to name a few. He also discovered the beauty in mathematics and studied physics in university. Tony started out at Eventide by helping Richard Factor design a digital flowerpot clock, and eventually helped him with repairing equipment. This led to a multi-decade long career alongside Richard Factor in the audio business developing some of the most innovative products during the transition from analog to digital audio.
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