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Just got a CD-RW drive and have tried burning an MP3 file from my hard drive to a CD-R disk. Am using NTI CD-Maker 2000 software (version 4.2.66) that came with the drive. Although the file sounds fine when played from the computer, playing the CD sounds like the chipmunks. What is wrong?
 

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Make sure that the MP3’s are in the correct format. The format of your MP3’s may not be a standard format recognized by CD-Maker 2000.

The standard format for MP3’s should be:
44.1 kHz
16k Bit Stereo
Recommended Bit Rate of 128 KB/S

If the MP3’s are not in the correct format, try using third-party software such as: Cool Edit
or Win amp
 
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