I often think that the real problem with older albums 'remastered' on CD is their attempt to remove the hiss from analogue. They often sound compressed and sort of 'hollow'. I thinking here of The Beatles and Rolling Stones. It's just weird because if you hear the vinyl versions they can, pretty much, match a modern digital-produced CD, but the CDs are very quiet and 'flat'. So is this due to hiss removal? I've used some fairly low-key processes like this on my computer with cassette versions of things and it does have a 'hollowing' effect. There must be some hiss on the masters but I think I'd prefer to hear some hiss on the CD so I could have a big sounding album.