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  1. Fair enough. I never know in writing replies...

    Fair enough. I never know in writing replies what skill level the people are at.
  2. Note, the only Teensy Player for Serial Flash...

    Note, the only Teensy Player for Serial Flash uses the RAW format, which in turn is like a mono WAV format without the extra headers. So you need to make sure all of your sounds fit in the serial...
  3. Measured SD/flash memory timings

    Ok, mea culpa. I decided to actually measure the times (rather than speculating on how I thought things should work). I ran the SD card tests from the audio library, measuring the speed of reading...
  4. Note, don't read into my posts more knowledge...

    Note, don't read into my posts more knowledge than I have. I haven't done much in terms of playing multiple songs, etc. But it is more from a theory of how things work. Unless you have multiple...
  5. I suspect it isn't the card per-se, but whether...

    I suspect it isn't the card per-se, but whether the whole infrastructure can handle it. At the end of the day, a micro-SD card is essentially just serial flash memory, and you are limited to the...
  6. You might want to also read this thread: ...

    You might want to also read this thread:

    https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/58576-Using-W25Q256-on-Audio-shield


    However, I don't think there is a version to play MP3 files from flash memory. ...
  7. FrankB developed a MP3 library a few years ago,...

    FrankB developed a MP3 library a few years ago, and added a AAC player as well. However, it was developed in the Teensy 3.2 time frame, and only plays one MP3 file at a time.

    I see he made a few...
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