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  1. Faunos Reply
    A bad burner sounds like the best bet. I had a dinosaur of a laptop once and tried to burn CDs into iTunes and WMP—because of what eventually was identified as an old CD burner with some problems, every song on every album had that staticky, scratchy, skippy noise over the whole track (although mostly the beginning and end).
  2. Vukazahn Reply
    Feb 25,  · It may have something to do with cheaply made CD presses. Roxette's their 20 Greatest Songs, a CD pressed in Rumania I think and Boston's Life, Love & Hope also pressed on an Eastern country, both of them look cheaply made, make noises on my Oppo BDP, some other cheaply made also but I don't recall the titles right now.
  3. Mezibei Reply
    This is perhaps why it can't read the disc properly, so it is searching the disc trying to read it. This is the clicking you hear as the lens tracks back and forth. You need to clean the lens using a Q-Tip moistened with IPA 90%+ (Isopropyl Alcohol - available at most electronics parts stores). The first part of this video shows what to do.
  4. Zulugrel Reply
    Nov 10,  · If you listen to MP3 files on your computer, iPod, or MP3/media player, there's a good chance you've had to adjust the volume between tracks because of varying degrees of loudness. If a track is too loud, clipping can occur, which distorts the sound. If a track is too quiet, you must raise the volume, losing audio detail. With audio normalization, however, all your .
  5. Mezijind Reply
    Apr 21,  · As well as being an excellent free audio editor that supports VST plugins, batch conversions, loops, recording, and other features, Wavosaur can be used to remove vocals from lempoeschenynecmemescompcapsoftswerook.coinfo you've imported an audio file into Wavosaur, you can use the Voice Remover tool to automatically process the file.
  6. Fauzahn Reply
    “We want to play backing tracks from our laptop computer through the PA system. So we want to go from usb on the laptop to an XLR microphone socket on the mixer. We are using Windows Vista on the laptop but will probably play the tracks through Itunes. We had thought about buying a new mixer desk for about £ which has a usb input.
  7. Migal Reply
    You can fit around 3-minute tracks on an MP3 CD (good for long car journeys!) and the files are tagged with album artist, album title and track title which will show up on most players' display panels. VinylStudio can also export CD track listings to a file that most CD-cover editors (including Nero Cover Designer) can read.
  8. Zuluktilar Reply
    Jun 14,  · I have had my windows 7 laptop for about 6 months now, and since I have bought it, I have ripped many many Cd's to my laptop with no problem. But now, 6 months on, when I put Cd's in the drive and play them, the sound comes out all muffled and distorted.

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