Whether you are a music collector or work in radio broadcasting, using the MP3 format is almost unavoidable. The MP3 standard is quick, light on resources, convenient and widely compatible among literally thousands of applications.
MP3 is lossy, meaning that every time you compress data, the sound quality slightly degrades. If you save a track from a CD into an MP3 file with high bitrate, you will probably not notice any loss of audio quality. If, however, you try to modify the MP3 audio and save it over and over in the same MP3 format, then pretty soon you will notice that the quality of the audio worsens.
But what if you already have a pile of MP3 files that you need to handle? Do you always have to face the quality degradation?
Fortunately, there are tools that can perform certain tasks with MP3 files without affecting the sound quality. In fact, you can only perform a handful of things without affecting MP3 quality: you can cut big files into smaller chunks, join small files into a single one, trim files or remove silence, and edit ID3 tag information.
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