Josh just posted an awesome piece in the Listening Room entitled Summer Overture. Go check it out! Go ahead and make a folder it is definately a saver.
It took a long time to download it and this made me wonder about something, since I'm new to mp3's and stuff. It could just be a big file size because it is full orchestration and 13 minutes long, but I was wondering if anyone knows if they can be made smaller after you make them.
A drawing program called AutoCAD has this button for that, I don't recall what it is called. The files made with AutoCAD grow enormous in size because every step and every tool used is stored, so when you're finished and won't need to go back, you use this button that gets rid of all the extra baggage reducing it size down to small number of kilobytes.
Is there any extra baggage on a mp3 that was made with samples and if so is there a way to remove it to reduce the size without effecting the quality of sound?