Originally Posted by DJ_Serg
I don't know if this is true, but i don't think .wav degrades in quality when resaving. Which is a problem with mp3 compression.
you can save a .wav for like 100 times without any loss of quality. Thats why .wav is called a lossless Format. There is no compression, which also explains the "huge" filesize.
.mp3 would be lossy, which means you loose information everytime you save it.