Well now, just encountered the first naughty behavior with a uSD Card.
Near the end of a song X3 just gives a little shriek and moves to the next song. Oh Oh! So I back up and listen to the offending song again and the same thing happens in the same place.
SO! I take the card out, put it in the computer and open the file with my DAW to see what I can see. Expand the waveform, start the song, watch and listen. NO PROBLEM! Sigh..
So I put the card back in X3 and listen again. Same behavior. (this is with flac files BTW)
A little background. When I prepare files for the uSD Card first I create them on a backup drive that the OS doesn't use for anything. Build my directory structure first, write the songs into the proper directories and do this until the whole set that will go on the card is complete. Then take a blank card and copy one album at a time to the card. I do this to avoid fragmented files as I have learned that uSD cards don't like that.
OK, back to the problem. uSD card back in the computer. Erase the one song and copy the very same track from the backup drive to the card again. Card in X3 again, update media library just to be sure. Play the song again...problem gone. ?????
Squirrelly little guys those uSD cards.
Here's a Hi Def track that I enjoy a lot on X3. So sweet to listen to. I turn it up to 86...
I don't leave these tracks up for long. Sorry if you miss them, but they will often times get an amazing number of downloads. I don't want to be burning musicians, just sharing a little with X3 owners. So get it soon or it will be gone like the others. Enjoy.