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Nope. Data (waveform) and Encoding (.mp3 / .wav) are things independent of each other. The same waveform encoded in both mp3 and wav, will produce a different decoded waveform when run thru the … proper decoders. As far as format conversion goes... Wav data encoded to mp3 will lose waveform details Mp3 data encoded to wav will not lose waveform details …
answered Dec 3 '19 by Goose