#1
If you have just done multi-track recording, I was told that mixing the file to MP3 is not a good idea, because it doesn't give the audio the best quality it could have. Is this true? If so, which file type would you suggest mixing the tracks to?

Thanks.
#2
.Wav or AIFF, although for simplicity, Nothing is wrong with MP3. Unless you've got **** hot monitors, you really have to listen hard to hear the difference.
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#3
MP3 does suck because it compresses the living daylights out of music. Of course if you haven't mixed the music that might be a good thing. But it's really down to preference. I use WAV (as does everyone else) for recording, but for giving tracks out to other people MP3's handier.