Been watching a documentary about the largest vinyl pressing plant in the world, in Czech, but they also have one in France, Memphis, Tenn, and In Canada, all owned by the one company.
I find the making of vinyl fascinating and still do not understand it, let along the stuff I use now, though I have a deck and lots of new vinyl.
What has really taken me by surprise is that the clients send a digital file to them for mastering and the making of the records.
Not one person has mentioned analogue so far.
I am also not surprised at the cost of vinyl as they do not seem to be making thousands tho I think he said they made 30million records last year, probably over all the plants.
HTF they can transfer a digital file to a copper plate and then to use it to make 1000’s of vinyl records which then sound fantastic, hopefully, on our decks.
I thought of starting a new topic but thought vinyl might not be a fit topic for Roon.
If so, then I guess a mod will delete this post.