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Yes, the file wouldn't play if you simply replace the files. No, if you do what I listed above without having to replace anything, the game will play the music regardless of the filesize.
I'm saying this from experience, and I literally did the latter within minutes before I posted this.
Something must have changed, then. I was told it was no longer possible to change music files in early July, no matter what the user does. And the developers told me it was to fix an issue that was causing crashes.
You can change music files. It works.
I use random filesize and bitrate 192 kb/s and it works in game.
Just replaced and renamed my music file to Scen_S4E2_loop.mp3
I do nothing with my music file.
Random filesize, random bitrate, random length. Still works.