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17th May '16 11:21:46 AM pointycatears
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** The song in [S]Flip also does this at the end.
4th May '16 9:58:47 AM wrenchwench
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Let's-s-s face it, its funny when-en audio technology goo-oofs up, ''espec-espec-epsec-epsecially'' when it's not supposed to-to; this-this-this-this is the-the-the-the-the '''Repetitive Audio Glitch''', and-and-and-and-and it-t-t's al-l-lways good to make-e sure that-[[SelfDemonstratingArticle that-that-that-that-that-that-that-that-]]that-that-that-that-that-that-that-that-that-that-that-[[OverlyLongGag that-that-that-that-that-that-that-that-]] ([[PercussiveMaintenance WHAM]])

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Let's-s-s face it, its funny when-en audio technology goo-oofs up, ''espec-espec-epsec-epsecially'' ''espec-espec-epsec-especially'' when it's not supposed to-to; this-this-this-this is the-the-the-the-the '''Repetitive Audio Glitch''', and-and-and-and-and it-t-t's al-l-lways good to make-e sure that-[[SelfDemonstratingArticle that-that-that-that-that-that-that-that-]]that-that-that-that-that-that-that-that-that-that-that-[[OverlyLongGag that-that-that-that-that-that-that-that-]] ([[PercussiveMaintenance WHAM]])
1st May '16 2:23:57 PM aye_amber
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* Played for laughs in Type O Negative's Skip It, designed to sound like the CD is jumping.
** As is LacunaCoil's "Aeon".
* In {{Eminem}}'s track 'Under the Influence', guest rapper Bizarre's section includes the following:

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* Played for laughs in Type O Negative's Music/TypeONegative's Skip It, designed to sound like the CD is jumping.
** As is LacunaCoil's "Aeon".
Music/LacunaCoil's "Aeon."
* In {{Eminem}}'s Music/{{Eminem}}'s track 'Under the Influence', guest rapper Bizarre's section includes the following:



* "Pearl Bomb" by {{Music/Melvins}} starts with 30 seconds of a very short loop that sounds exactly like a skipping CD... Then a clearly non-skipping bass guitar starts playing in time with the loop. The loop continues throughout the rest of the song, and basically functions as percussion.
* "Coin-Operated Boy" by [[AmandaPalmer The Dresden Dolls]] has a section that's supposed to resemble one of these:

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* "Pearl Bomb" by {{Music/Melvins}} Music/{{Melvins}} starts with 30 seconds of a very short loop that sounds exactly like a skipping CD... Then a clearly non-skipping bass guitar starts playing in time with the loop. The loop continues throughout the rest of the song, and basically functions as percussion.
* "Coin-Operated Boy" by [[AmandaPalmer [[Music/AmandaPalmer The Dresden Dolls]] has a section that's supposed to resemble one of these:
25th Apr '16 8:32:27 AM Kinitawowi
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** The early days of FMV in CD-based games had similar problems - if you had a sufficiently low-speed CD-ROM drive (say a 2x), you might find data rendering faster than it could load, resulting in looping while it span up the next bit. "[[CommandAndConquer The Br-Br-Br-otherhood Of N-Nod]]", indeed...
2nd Mar '16 10:21:26 PM Sark0TAG
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* In ''Film/TotalRecall1990'', the recording of Haauser gets stuck repeating the [[MemeticMutation infamous words "Get your ass to Mars."]] after the laptop it's on, gets shot in the second attack on Douglas Quaid.

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* In ''Film/TotalRecall1990'', the recording of Haauser gets stuck repeating the [[MemeticMutation infamous words "Get your ass to Mars."]] after the laptop it's on, on gets shot in during the brief second attack on Douglas Quaid.
2nd Mar '16 10:19:59 PM Sark0TAG
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* In ''Film/TotalRecall1990'', the recording of Haauser gets stuck repeating the [[MemeticMutation infamous words "Get your ass to Mars."]] after the laptop it's on, gets shot in the second attack on Douglas Quaid.
16th Feb '16 7:45:02 AM Sark0TAG
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* Lyril suffers from this in Sierra's ''Lighthouse: The Dark Being''. She's been bound to a life support system in a chair since the age of 4, and by the time the player meets her, Lyril speaks this way almost all the time. It's implied that this comes from her life support malfunctioning.

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* Lyril suffers from this in Sierra's ''Lighthouse: The Dark Being''.''VideoGame/LighthouseTheDarkBeing''. She's been bound to a life support system in a chair since the age of 4, and by the time the player meets her, Lyril speaks this way almost all the time. It's implied that this comes from her life support malfunctioning.
4th Feb '16 7:07:58 AM FF32
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* A ''ComicStrip/FarSide'' strip has a guy tell his wife to hit their pet bird, it's stuck.

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* A ''ComicStrip/FarSide'' ''ComicStrip/TheFarSide'' strip has a guy tell his wife to hit their pet bird, it's stuck.
6th Jan '16 2:58:06 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* A more modern example is that most video games, when they crash, will get stuck playing the last half-second[[note]]It depends on the size of the buffer, which could be any size, but half a second seems to be the most common[[/note]] of audio again and again. This is due to the way "circular buffering" works; without any new data coming in, the audio hardware winds up reading the old data over and over and over again.

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* A more modern example is that most video games, when they crash, will get stuck playing the last half-second[[note]]It depends on the size of the buffer, which could be any size, but half a second seems to be the most common[[/note]] of audio again and again. This is due to the way "circular buffering" works; without any new data coming in, the audio hardware winds up reading the old data over and over and over again. In old cartridge-based consoles such as SEGA's Master System, the same would happen if you moved the cartridge or [[RageQuit removed it]] while playing a game.
20th Dec '15 4:43:22 PM MrInitialMan
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For overly-long repetition not caused by a malfunctioning machine, see BrokenRecord.

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For overly-long repetition not caused by a malfunctioning machine, see BrokenRecord. If this exposes a performer that's actually using a recording, this becomes ThatSyncingFeeling.
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