This album has been converted to the superior base frequency of 432hz. This base frequency gives the audio a much cleaner, clearer and more harmonic sound. It brings out detail and nuance that is muddled by the 440hz standard frequency used in the music industry. With the perfect clarity of 432hz, you can hear the music and singing much clearer and you can even hear subtle details that's barely, if at all, audible in the 440hz original. Much more so than what you get with high resolution audio formats in 440hz.
The music remains absolutely the same though; no change in pitch or sound or anything lost. It just fine tunes the audio like fine tuning the sharpness on a tv set so it comes through in perfect clarity.
I'm sure most will be sceptical of these claims because so was I. Once I heard it though, there was no doubt. It's like a night and day difference. Music I had loved before suddenly sounded better than ever. Not only that but I've also found I'm now liking a lot of music I didn't much care for before. For instance, music I've previously considered "old people music" like early rock and roll and classic R&B, like Buddy Holly, Del Shannon, Bo Diddley and Fats Domino, now sound fresh and vibrant. It just brings out the true beauty of the music as it always should have been and as I'm sure the artists envisioned it when they created it.
I'm intending to upload my entire 432hz music library, so there's lots to come. Mostly classic rock, pop/rock and country with some R&B, hard rock and early rock n' roll.
Note that audio playback quality varies between different players and also that some players require settings adjustments to get them to sound their best. Some players do resampling which causes audio distortion. I'd recommend Strawberry Music Player (available on Windows, Linux and Mac), as it is designed to playback the audio files exactly as they are. On Android, I've found that foobar2000 produces the clearest audio. Foobar2000 is a good choice for Windows as well.
Linux users with pulseaudio may have to edit a config file to get the audio system to play files without resampling. I had to do this. It's not hard to do. Just follow this guide: https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/get-rid-of-audio-resampling-in-pulseaudio.283357/
Linux users with pulseaudio (possibly also pipewire, haven't tried that) also need to set Strawberry to use ALSA for the audio output with the HW plugin selected.
It seems that a folder of, to me, unknown files is uploaded with each of my uploads. I don't really know what they are or why they're there and I can't see them on my system. But they're not a problem and you can just ignore them.
The TORRENT DOWNLOADS appear to be broken. You can DOWNLOAD the torrent here: https://ufile.io/kr07l7ut ... The magnet links appears to be working though.