Hi guys. I am having problems with a mastering suite. My master is on DAT and when they master to vinyl the sound is all distorted, mainly the vocals. They inform me that this is my fault because I have used certain processing on the vocals that do not work with vinyl. All I have used on the vocals are a Focusrite Voicemaster Pro with compressor, harmonics and tube sound all built in. The DAT master sounds perfectly fine so I find this surprising, they even agree that the mix is good but insist that the reason for the problems with the vinyl are down to the effects on the vocals. What I find surprising is that I have some bell on the track which are also distorting but these have been recorded dry from the keyboards. Is there any truth in what they say, or could it be down to their techniques or perhaps the type of vinyl used? I do not know the vinylprocess well enough but used to record vinyl until about 10years ago and never had these problems although back then there weren't these many of these effects. So how do people get their records on vinyl nowadays or do they have different vinyl mixes? They have even tried cutting the track lower but we are now at almost minimum acceptable level and still getting distortion. Can anyone please help and tell me if this is all really down to the vocal treatment and if so, why are the bells also affetced. Everything else is fine funnily enough.