MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3, better known as MP3 format, is by far the most common format used for digital audio encoding.
Despite its lossy compression, MP3 files are selected for storage, transfer or playback on numerous types of devices.
MP3 editors will enable users to merge and combine several files into a single track or add audio effects.
MP3 files can also be compressed to reduce their size, but this will result in decreased audio quality.
Also, users will be able to split or cut MP3 tracks into multiple segments when using dedicated multimedia editors.