Audiophile Remaster - Uploaded to YouTube as AAC 96KHz 24bit. Originally output as FLAC 192KHz 24bit. YouTube maliciously down samples to AAC 44.1KHz with a bit rate of 192kbs.
Please check out my good friend HD_Audio at his channel.
I've learned a lot from HD_Audio. What I do, I do in large part because of what I've learned from HD_Audio. He's, by far, the best person I've come across at remastering audio. While most people doing remasters on YouTube end up making the sound worse, HD_AUDIO is a rare exception. All of his work marks a dramatic increase in quality of the tracks he works on. Check out his channel.
My process is rather unique. Here's how I do what I do.
(1) I restore, as closely as possible, the lost tonal qualities of CD music. CDs cannot accurately reproduce tonal characteristics over 7350Hz. My process is unique in being able to do this.
(2) If necessary, I restore transients as closely as possible that were intentionally removed in mastering for CD.
(3) I restore lost dynamics the industry intentionally removed. They're restored relative to the Golden Audio Curve (as described below). My process is unique in being able to do this.
(4) I balance the track to the Golden Audio Curve in a highly, highly accurate way. The Golden Audio Curve I discovered by combining the ISO226:2003 standard (the map of human hearing) with the Golden Curve at a ratio of the Golden Ratio. It allows you to effectively hear the Golden Ratio. While the industry has no standard in which to balance, I do believe I have found the Universal standard. This is new ground, a huge discovery, and very, very much unique to my process.
I don't monetize this content. If you own this music and want me to remove it, just ask. I'll take it down immediately. I do this to give back to the community.