MPC replay problem with 0.82 2004-05-26 20:12:31 I usually archive my albums as single files (FLAC) with cue-sheets, and encode them lossy for listening purposes.The two FLACs in this filehttp://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....=post&id=214408are the result of converting the first seconds of an album's third track using fb2k 0.82One source was <album>.flac, other source was <album>.mpc.Decoding the Musepack-source introduced some strange high frequent noises at the beginning and at around the seventh second. Replaying <album>.mpc with an alternative Software (tested with DeliPlayer 2.03b http://www.deliplayer.com) did not produce these noises. That's why I think that it is an issue with fb2k, rather than with MPC.Funny is that when you encode the FLAC-sourced FLAC with mppenc, fb2k does not produce the noises on replay. The issue seems also to be depending on the data's position in a stream. A similar thing happened to me with another album where some pop/click/whatever appeared in the gap between two tracks, but for that I have not yet been able to produce samples suitable to be posted here.