Well, this is my first time mastering to vinyl and I sure do wish I had some experience from vinyl cutting but I don't. Do I started to read on the subject and came to the conclusion that the cutting to vinyl will take away some low frequencies and add alot of highs. I started with adding glue with slate digital VTM yo get some roundness also. Then I did some eq processing with adding to the fundamental freq of the kick (60hz) cut 1.5db@6khz to tame the hats with an uad pultec eq. I did alot of compression with a multiband between 92-182hz to sit the bass into the mix. I also cut 1.5db@ 92hz and around 8khz to tame the bass and cymbals. Next I got my cambridge eq and started cutting everything from 30hz and also a shelf at 17khz to get some high end off. I finnished up with slate digital FG-X just touching the needle with compression and pushed the gain to -10.2RMS as the client wanted it as hot as possible. Brickwalled after that at -1db. What are your thoughts? To fat/muddy, more high end?