Yes, of course.
There are two layers of information - the first (background) layer consists of dark green profiles, the second (foreground) layer is on top of the dark green ones.
The first two dark green tracks in both simulations are left and right channels (levels in dB seen as square root profiles so not linear, but it doesn't change anything). You can see that both the 45rpm and 33rpm versions have the same loudness.
In the third tracks, there are calculated horizontal amplitudes (dark green) in the background layer and horizontal angles in the foreground layer with color coding: cyan = OK, lightgreen-yellow-orange-red means worsening, orange is on the edge of cuttable groove, red means distorted cut (damaged grooves by the back side of the cutting stylus).
The fourth tracks show the same, but for vertical - amplitudes and angles. It is typical for most audio masters that there are less problems in vertical than in horizontal angles.
Angles also affect the so called pinch effect distortion on playback side, therefore higher angles mean more risk of PED (worst for conical, least for Shibata, SAS).
The fifth tracks have an acceleration parametr in the background, but it is not dependent on diameter or rpm so it is less important compared to the foreground layer showing horizontal radii (curvatures) in the upper part of the fifth track and vertical radii in the bottom part. These are important only for playback styli and often affect loss of highest frequencies (orange color means still good for elliptical styli, but bad for conical ones, red means bad for both, but maybe can be trackable by Shibata, SAS etc).
I chose randomly one 7'' side from our cutting queue to visually show worsening of these geometrical parameters towards the centre and the difference between 33 rpm and 45 rpm. When the simulation is zoomed in, many red parts show only very short peaks, which cannot be audible by human ear. Maybe a better audio master could be found to show it better... but in principle it would show similar results.
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