to my ears digital audio does not sound natural? something is wrong!

lf Digital audio is man made how can I expect the brain to recognize it as natural sounding?

lf I re-encode digital audio with the earths natural frequencies will the brain now recognize it as a natural source allowing the digital audio to harmonize with my brain creating an entirely new listening experience?

This might sound crazy however it sounds perfectly logical to me so i went to the park at 3am to record the frequencies of nature using the built in mic on my cheap mp3 player in wav 16/44 and uploaded the wav file to my pc and while the file from the park was playing on my windows media player i made a simple copy of a commercial digital album flac 16/44 on my desktop and here are the results using the same audio source.

commercial release flac 16/44

commercial release  with earth frequencies

lt may be the placebo effect and i'm hearing what i want to hear however i think the music is now in harmony with my ears?

If what you are hearing sounds synthetic, thin, lifeless, gray, compressed, congealed, strained, honky, rolled off, airless, boring, hard, metallic and like there are tiny insects burrowing deep in your ears the odds are very good you’re listening to a CD or streamed audio.
You guys just need a better digital front end system. I don’t hear insects burrowing in my ear 🙂. As usual, broad brush statements like this are rarely accurate. We listen to complete systems, not CD players or streamers.  I have heard some digital front end based systems sound as described above and others that sound very natural and inviting.