My wife has a small business selling spoken word recordings. I'm her tech guy, photographer, and financier. She does her recording in ProTools and we sell mp3 files. I've been using iTunes to convert .WAV to .mp3 but I want to have more control over the quality and size of the mp3 file. I've just downloaded an opensource conversion program that utilizes a number of algorithms for the conversion. I'm looking for recommendations/advice on which algorithm to use Considerations: Small package - this title will be downloaded to customers and often they are in hotels with limited WiFi bandwidth and sometimes even using cellular data for downloads Quality - this isn't music, it's just voice (currently, no background music at all) but we want her voice to sound as good as possible, given the size constraints Budget - we want to spend as little as possible. It shouldn't make a difference to this specific question unless you are proposing an alternate solution like hiring a sound engineer (which we did for a time, but found it was too expensive for us....sorry) Thank you in advance!