Question of mp3 Being a "Lossy" Format Hi, How is mp3 "lossy"? For example, would I lose quality in an mp3 file if I move the file around: say that the mp3 is stored on my c drive, but then I burn it in the same format to a disk, then I copy it from the disk back to my c drive, then I again burn it to another disk, and then from there I re-copy it back to my c drive. Does this process cause the file to lower in quality each time I do this? Or does lossy just mean that if I convert to mp3 to wave, and then back to mp3, then the quality goes down? Second question: on all those music editing software, can it only edit the song in .wav format? For example, let's say I open an mp3 file in one of those software, does the software first convert it to .wav, edits it, and then re-encode it back to mp3, thus causing a "lossy" effect? Or does the software directly edit the file in mp3 format so that there is no "lossy" effect? Thanks!