So I’m testing the waters submitting some of my songs to music supervisors. Some only accept mp3’s with a very small 320 KB size limit. When I export to an mp3 file within the ‘Export Audio Mixdown’ window, I’ve always used the standard default settings of 160 bit rate, 44.100 KHz. So an average song results in 5-20 MB depending on the length and amount of tracks, especially after mastering, which is fine for soundcloud type sites. I know there are lots of free mp3 compression apps out there, some of which get good reviews, but I’d feel much more comfortable to do this within Cubase, if this is the wise choice. Can you recommend the easiest method in Cubase, which will reduce my songs to very small like 320 KB size range, but WITHOUT losing any of my original sound recording quality. I’m assuming I can do this directly during the ‘Export Audio Mixdown’ window step.