That is such a LAME request. (search LAME MP3 encoder)
Otherwise, Adobe Audition has the MP3 Pro encoder built-in to the software, which works quite nice.
I still use my old XING MP3 version 1.0 & 1.5 encoder that I got 10 years ago and still sounds perfectly adequate.
One of the things I've discovered regarding MP3 encoding is that too many recordings have a strong spike at 15kHz. This is frequently due to television horizontal sync circuitry within television sets, that manages to get into your audio equipment. The encoder sees this signal and devotes too much processing to try and retain it. You'll only know this if you can view your production with an audio frequency spectrum analyzer such as the one built into Sound Forage, Adobe Audition, Steinberg Wave blab. This is where a handy notch filter can help improve your MP3 encoding.
At 128 kilobits per second, response should only go out to 15kHz. But I believe that things still get screwed up because of this? But that I'm probably just hallucinating?
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