Just playing standard .wav files directly off of a retail music cd. In
particular, Modest Mouse's song "3rd Planet" off of the album "the moon &
There is a line about "f-ing people over" in which an annoying squelch is
added. I played the cd elsewhere and on my pc using a different player and
squelch doesn't exist.
> "Ginfan" <Ginfan@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > I'm using fully patched version of Windows Media Player 11 on 64 bit Vista
> > Home Premium, and I find that it adds a squelch sound when a song being
> > played contains an F-word.
> > Is there any way in which to remove the censorship... it is inaffective
> > anyway since you can still hear the word, and the jolting squelch simply
> > draws attention to it?
> > I'm against imposed cenorship as a general concept and will use a
> > different
> > product if there isn't a work around.
> I am unaware of any such feature in Windows Media Player. What media is the
> song on? CD, an MP3 Player or what?