HDaudioplus "Audiophile MP3 for the 21st Century" site 2012-12-08 05:20:13 I ran across this comment on an article on Neil Young's Pono thing:QuoteI'd like to introduce another alternative to "HDTracks" and "Pono"- HDAudioPlus 320.48KHz "audiophile mp3".Nearly 20 years in development and created especially for Classical music, HDAudioPlus delivers all of the the audio quality of hi-rez - and more - minus the bulk. By packing our "not-mp3" codec into the mp3 envelope, we can keep file size to a bare minimum.But here's the best part:HDAudioPlus doesn't require ANY special player, device, or software WHATSOEVER.It was designed to PLAY ON ANY DEVICE on ANY PLATFORM - Windows PC AND Apple!Too good to be true?Hearing is believing: Check out our stunning MTV-style Demo Gallery on Vimeohttp://vimeo.com/channels/nobodydoesitbetterLikewise, please visit our commercial R+D website for documentation and "before and after" evaluation files remastered in HDAudioPlus (available for download) in all genres:http://hdaudioplus.comLast but not least, chill out and tune in to our Baroque Classical radio station broadcast in breathtaking 320.48KHz Baroque 24/7 http://baroque247.com.Paula WertheimExecutive Director-HDAudioPlus, IsraelThis is so pitiful that I almost feel bad for singling her out, but apparently she's trying to sell a product so I think that qualifies it as fair game. Never mind the typos and bad grammar and the mind-boggling claim of "FACT: Music that sounds better, sells better." Just listen to the comparison MP3s on the site. I'll hide this next bit in case you don't want the surprise of the sound spoiled.Spoiler (click to show/hide)I doubt anyone on this forum would have any experience with a processor of that level, but does anyone have any idea what exactly was done here? Maybe it's even good software that's been abused.