For all that are trying my new YouTube surround channel, I just found out how you can actually download my songs in very good sounding full surround flac files! First download "FireDM-GUI" at https://www.softpedia.com/get/Internet/Download-Managers/PyIDM.shtml
& install it. If you want like I did, make a shortcut of the exe on your desktop. Then run the exe to bring up the program & set the download folder location first in the settings. Then you are ready to try it -- select one of my Surround mixes on my channel & copy the URL -- it should appear in the Top box of the program & if it does not, paste it there & it will start the download. After the download is completed, you will see all the streams associated with the song file. I usually grab the flac under Audio by double clicking on it -- then it will download a high quality 5.1 24 bit flac that is sounds virtually identical to my upload file!
I am actually amazed at how well my downloaded files sound. The waveforms look identical but the spectrum does have a 16 khz cutoff compared to the 22 khz CD quality I usually upload but my ears & most I think can not tell the difference in sound.
There are others now uploading 5.1 songs on YouTube & I found this one that is uploading a lot of songs now that sound pretty good at https://email@example.comMusicChannel/videos
Maybe he is a member of QQ?