Tis.... are you speaking dutch?On your phone, go into you play store, which used to be called Google market here in US... it is the place where you find android apps you want to install. Then go to menu and select "my apps". This will give you a list of all the apps you have installed in alphabetical order but if you slide that screen over it will give you a list of all the apps you have ever installed in the order that they were last updated or installed. Be aware that an app that you may have installed months ago but recently updated will be listed first. If you know it is an app that you have had for a long time with no problems, ignore it. Most likely it is not your problem. But if you notice an app that you first installed in the last month, one by one, uninstall those.
After each one you uninstall, try your music player and see if there is any difference. If there is no difference, reboot your phone and try your music again. If there is still no difference, then that app was probably not your problem and you can reinstall it.
Repeat this for each app that you have installed recently until you find the one that is causing the problem.
Hopefully, this will be your fix. If not keep coming back and we will keep trying other ideas.
Glad you liked my "you speaking Dutch" story. I catch myself saying that to little kids and they always keep babbling away thrilled that you are having fun listening to them. It is one of those endearing things my family says and being that we are partly Dutch, it is probably something they have said for generations.
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