I have had Audacity for many years and familiar with it. I mostly edit some songs that are MP3 and now moving to FLAC. So I ran across this article and on the Cons part dont’ quite understand this part. Any help would be nice. What I am doing is editing MP3s to FLACs or just editing FLAC if there in that format already and either making them shorter or maybe louder, doing some light editing on some of them. Do I loose any quality as long as they are kept in FLAC and what Sound Quality should they be ??? All of my MP3s are 320. Any advice on having music as FLAC would be nice too. I already know that car applications on USB don’t recognize them and they are larger files, that is ok. Here is the statement and article for full context. Thanks.
My goal is getting all my music to FLAC formats for better quality.
Cons: You will need to download additional programs to access the full features like output format and editing tools. It uses audio record technology, but not 1:1 input to output conversion without any loss in quality.