Moonshell 2 Music Problem! D:

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    I recently added an album of one of my bands I like to listen to, ( Young The Giant) And when I play it, it sounds all scratchy and sound frequencies are crazy! What should I do?! None of my other music does this! Thanks Tempers!~
     
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    Is it VBR? I noticed certain players have issues with that.
     
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    Hmm... I never thought of that. I'm unsure I can put an .mp3 up of the sound if you would like?
     
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    That would be considered piracy which is not allowed on this forum. But if eg. Winamp says it's VBR and it plays correctly in another player that's probably the issue.
     
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    Oh... Alright! I guess tis is that. Oh well, I guess I have to listen to it on the Computer! :P
     
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    If you're using a DSi, you can convert your MP3s into M4A (mpeg-4) files and play them off of the DSi's sound player.

    I do this with mine to free up more space on my r4i.
     
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    Nope... I'm using the DS Lite! :/