#1
Ok long story short I recoreded something it sounded fine then I exported it as a mp3 and it is high pitched and goes 100mph. What happened?
#2
Have you tried it more than once?
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#4
Bizarre. Has it done it with any other projects? I would suggest just exporting the wav and then converting it. That is what I do.
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#7
This happens to me to

Ive tried converting many m4a files, they are quite long about 30ish mins and i tryed to convert it to mp3 and it just played like a scratcy noise really fast

Anyone know why?


(sorry dont mean to but in your thread btw) lol but its really weird.
#8
Quote by Guitar_picker36
This happens to me to

Ive tried converting many m4a files, they are quite long about 30ish mins and i tryed to convert it to mp3 and it just played like a scratcy noise really fast

Anyone know why?


(sorry dont mean to but in your thread btw) lol but its really weird.

Probably an old version of audacity it mustve imported it as raw data
#9
It's never done that to me. Sometimes it deletes it's data so i lose what i've recorded which is ****ing pain in the ass.
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