Mods - feel free to move this if there is a better spot for it. I am in a situation where I may need to edit mp3 audio. I have a video background and know that if I have a piece of video that has been compressed, and I edit it and save it the compressing is being applied a second time and will often look worse and/or contain artifacts. Does mp3 compression work this way? I doesn't seem to, or maybe I just can't tell. I did a test where I opened an mp3, and pasted in new info and saved it. I reopened it and repeated this action 10 times. It didn't seem to cause any noticeable differences, from the initial piece to the last one pasted in. Could I simply not discern the difference, or does mp3 compression work a different way? Thanks!