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Old 10-11-2009, 07:02 AM
Olley Olley is offline
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Yes, music is not the best thing to speed up. The process seems to cut out or pad in audio bits then repackage the remainder into the smaller or larger wave pattern you're hearing. Some devices do it better than others, but with complicated music we hear the difference pretty readily no matter who is doing the speed-up. I just figure the best excuse for audio speed-up is podcasts or audio books. Voice isn't that complicated, and we're so used to crappy phone audio that what degradation we get with spoken word on our MP3 players is "no big deal".
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