Whether it’s Mastered for iTunes or Trent Reznor releasing an audiophile version of his record, making a high resolution version of your record for the audio geeks out there is becoming more and more in demand. While many pundits mock vinyl’s resurgance as pure novelty, it also exists to give those who want to take in your record in its highest resolution. But by now we know you can’t carry vinyl everywhere and many music nerds love nothing more than to have a high quality version of your record. This is one of the many reasons why you should get a 24 bit 96khz version of your master, especially if the record is recorded in this depth. This ensures listeners can get the most of your recording and that you have a copy for when this resolution is the standard. Not only does it make fans and influential record nerds happy, you can also sell it to fans to fund your music.