Well if you looked at the results of that test, you would see that would make you just about the only one of the many people who submitted their answers who could pick the difference vs ceramics. So you either have very special ears that can hear things that no one else can (in which case no one listening to your music could tell the difference), or you're pulling our leg.
So I repeat the request that you set up the same youtube experiment with some other different capacitor types of the same measured value (including the ones that you suggest are superior). Have someone else do the switching (so that the test is double-blind). Invite others' answers, and see if your ears are as unique as it seems, or if maybe others share your golden ears. Otherwise the rest of us who hear no difference in the video I posted are likely to conclude that you're just blowing smoke. And furthermore that there's absolutely no point in us mere mortals with regular ears preferring some capacitor types over others.
If you looked at the test and results objectively, you would see that they are completely invalid. 2 tests, pick out the bumblebee, but there was no bumblebee to pick out in the second. As a result, the second test result is RANDOM guessing. So, the result, the scoring is not valid, a 50% score does not prove an inability to distinguish a bumblebee because there was only one valid question.
As to me proving my capacitor preferences, maybe I will post clips sometime. However, in my experience on the internet, people who make conclusions based on no evidence, don’t have high regard for evidence at all.