Who was it, Arte Johnson, that made the phrase, “very interesting” so popular?
Those of you who remember the 70s Rowan and Martin TV series “Laugh In” will remember Arte.
If you don’t have your Clip completely filled with music, formatting the device with 32kb clusters may solve this issue. Be sure to have backup copies of your music to reload it afterward.
On the Clip, the onboard Format function will do quite nicely. Pauses in playback can happen if your device is poking through a large file allocation table, though I wouldn’t expect to see this in the 2GB device, anything is possible. If you’ve ever formatted using the PC, Windows has a neast habit of using 4kb cluster size, too small for our purposes. This can create a situation where the processor has too much overhead, causing “skips”.
On the Clip, the foemat command is found via Settings > System Settings > Format > Yes. This will erase all of your media from teh device, but it also “takes the wrinkles out of the tablecloth” in the process.
Please let us know how your voice recordings sound after the procedure. I think this just might do the trick for you.