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I once had a similar problem. I found that it was a faulty driver for my Creative Labs Sound Basster X-FI sound card. If it is a sound card/driver issue, then it should show up playing other *.wav, mp3 etc. files. So, it's always good to see if you have the most recent drivers for your sound card. Also check your cables and inputs/outputs. It's not a good idea to connect to the "mic in" on the computer.
The other possibility is whether you have a "clean" recording of the mix. You would have to copy the sound file to a cd disc or onto a USB flash drive and see how it plays on another computer. If it is in the actual recording there is some pretty decent software out there to removed the unwanted sounds. I use Magix's Audio Cleaning Lab (www.magix.com) which offers multiple ways to remove unwanted sounds from various mmedia; the best being through a spectral analysis of the recording (sounds heavy but it's actually pretty simple).
Are you certain that you're recording in MP3 format?That large file size seems much like .wav files than .mp3 thing.
But if that's really .mp3 file,you may need to adjust the bit rate&sampling rate.Typically, 12 kbps and 44.1 KHz would be a good starting point.
And about shrinking files you've already done,try file convert software(s) around the web(try Google it).Too many of them to recommend here.But I personally use Wavepad Sound Editor for record,edit and save files in various format. http://www.nch.com.au/wavepad/index.html
Do a system restore: follow these steps: 1. Click start > programs >accesories > system tools > system restore.
A page will come out. Click on Restore My Computer TO AN earlier time. Click Next. Click on the date when you were not having the problem. Then follow the remaining instructions which will be shown on the screen and wait for it to reboot.
You need an audio editor. I suggest either Audacity or the wavepad audio editor. Both are freeware. Download, install any of them, open your file with this audio editor and keep what you need. The maximum duration for audio cd is 74 minutes.
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There is probably a routing problem on your account..thats why it wouldn't let you download. Yes you can change music to ringtones. They need to be less than 20 seconds or it will recognize it as music instead of ringtones. Any audio editing software will do. I use wavepad 4 just because I already had the pro version. You can search "wavepad" on yahoo and the first one will let you download a trial. All the features are availiable and when the trial runs out...delete and download again. Just save the file as an MP3 and then transfer to your micro sd.