Unlike a CD, a vinyl record requires mastering with equalizing to produce a dubplates or an acetate blank (also called a lacquer), a vinyl lp made of aluminum with a thin layer of acetate plastic on it. Once the dubplate is cut, then a negative relief mold made out of metal, From this, a positive metal relief called the metal mother is made, and then a negative relief called the stamper is made from that. It is a manufacturing process that the vinyl factory will know more about.
To get the right sound there are a number of issues with vinyl pressing.
1) Record speed – 33 lp record or 45 records
2) Time – how long Effects on the dynamic of the sound recording
3) Location of your track- First song has less distortion in the hi range
4) Noise level
You will want to get a dubplate of this master to listen to it.
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