If you send me the answers to these, I might be able to help you resolve your audio problem
If you have just installed VLC Media Player and if it opens a separate window for each song (and plays multiple songs simultaneously):
Open VLC Media Player, go to Tools -> Preferences-> Interface-> Under Playlist and Instances
Choose Allow only one instance
Also, you may check off View > Status Bar which would provide you with chart information about the song
TIP for enhanced audio quality: On VLC Media Player, click on Show Extended Settings. On the Graphic Equalizer tab, click Enable and choose a Preset to your liking or set the slider to truly customize the sound to your personal tastes. To save the setting permanently, it is a little more involved - just email me..
To configure Firefox to play using VLC, go to Tools | Options; look for RAM files under Content Type, then change Action to "Use VLC Media Player".
TIP: In VLC Player, go to View and check Status Bar which will show you information about the song. When you click on it, the check mark will appear.
Do you have sound? If YES, please go to the bottom of the page. If NO, go through these steps.
You KNOW you have sound capability?
You can also use RealPlayer to play these files.