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Any UK vinyl cutters that don't employ a digital delay?
Old 6th May 2016
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Any UK vinyl cutters that don't employ a digital delay?

Or even Europe?
Old 6th May 2016
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Not sure about the digital delay part but I've had great experience with both Miles Showell and Mike Marsh for specialist vinyl cuts.
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What do you mean by digital delay?
Old 6th May 2016
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What do you mean by digital delay?
The engineer usually uses a digital delay to monitor your master recording ahead of the cut itself. Which means your entire recording has been digitized (literally) at the last second of the process. Some studios will disable this if you ask, but I'm not sure who is doing this atm,
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The engineer usually uses a digital delay to monitor your master recording ahead of the cut itself. Which means your entire recording has been digitized (literally) at the last second of the process. Some studios will disable this if you ask, but I'm not sure who is doing this atm,
Why not ask the cutting houses?
Old 6th May 2016
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Why not ask the cutting houses?
Because there's quite a lot of them and I was hoping someone might already know or have a recommendation.
Old 6th May 2016
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Because there's quite a lot of them and I was hoping someone might already know or have a recommendation.
That's why I recommended a couple of heavyweights.

HERE:

Mike Marsh Mastering

Mike is killer!
Old 7th May 2016
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That's why I recommended a couple of heavyweights.

HERE:

Mike Marsh Mastering

Mike is killer!
I thought he was an independent engineer rather than a cutting place, but I see its both and he can do all analogue. Thank you. I've found a place called Carverycuts that also does all analogue.
Old 8th May 2016
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I had Abbey Road do an all-analouge master, direct cut from 1/2". Sean Magee did it, he's here on gearslutz.
The Exchange does it as well, and I believe Metropolis, too
Old 8th May 2016
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I had Abbey Road do an all-analouge master, direct cut from 1/2". Sean Magee did it, he's here on gearslutz.
The Exchange does it as well, and I believe Metropolis, too
Thanks for the tips. Noel at Metropolis did a fully analogue cut for us before, but I'm not sure he works there any more.
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