It hardly needs saying that in Haarlem, one of the cities in the Netherlands, we have one of the most amazing companies in the field of mastering and production of vinyl. The "Artone studios" is the place where music can be recorded with both digital and analogue systems and the "Record Industry" where cutting and mastering prior to the production process is realized with the most diverse systems. Details of these companies can be found here: https://www.artone-studio.com/ and here: https://www.recordindustry.com/
Not only productions made in their own recording facility, but also famous and pretentious music labels bring their analog and digital masters to the "Record Industry" to have their production put on vinyl.
When it comes to analog equipment, both Artone and the Record Industry have a wide range of equipment with a very high reputation so that the material offered retains its analog character as musicians and producers has intended.
Nowadays, many digital masters are also supplied for conversion to vinyl. To make that conversion possible but next to keep the sound as close as possible to the original recording, a digital to analogue converter is needed that does its work without any artifacts or degradation. Today a modified version of the Morpheus dac is used to supply the converted signal to the Neumann Lathes VMS80 (lacquer) and VMS82 (DMM). for DMM cuts.