I am also interested in finding the owner of this preset, and while I have not done so yet, I figured out somewhat of a method to get this type of sound. I know it's a little out of the way, but what I do is I use the stereo tool plugin for audacity, and process the mp3 file directly. Once you have audacity installed and the stereo tool plugin placed in audacity's plugin folder, follow these steps.
1) Open your mp3/song in audacity.
2) Go to the "effects" tab and choose the "Bass and Treble" effect.
3) Input these settings:
Bass (dB): 0.0
Treble (dB): 20.0
Level (dB): -0.1
Check the box that says "Enable level control"
(You can tinker with these settings if you like, these are just the ones I use)
4) Click OK and apply the setting
5) Once applied, go back to the "effects" tab and scroll down until you find "Thimeo Stereo Tool" and select it
(You will most likely need to enable the plugin first. First, make sure the proper dll is in the plugins folder. Then enable the plugin by
selecting "Add/Remove plugins" at the top of the effects menu and searching for "Thimeo Stereo Tool" in the dialog box)
6) Once you have opened Stereo Tool, choose the "Bojcha Unreal Engine 2 (75us)" fm preset. Hit apply to run stereo tool.
(If you are on the free version and don't want to deal with the beeps, disable the declipper and delossifer. As long as you leave
audacity running in the background, you should only have to deal with the stereo tool message the first time. Everything will reset if
you close audacity.)
7) Done. Export the song.
I haven't tried using any other presets, so if you wan't to see how others sound, go for it!
Here are a couple snippets of some CHR songs that I have processed using this method.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwwC7G ... sp=sharing
This may totally not be what you're looking for, but I figured I'd share nonetheless.