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Multitrack recording (noun, verb)

Type: noun, verb

Pronunciation: /mall-ty-track-in/

Also spelled or known as: Multitrack-recording

Related: Multitracking, Track, Tracks, Tracking

What does Multitrack recording mean?

Recording individual tracks or songs, on computer, recorder or tape.

Multitrack recording (also called tracking or multitracking) is the process of recording a collective of sounds onto separate tracks, then combining the tracks to play back simultaneously “the recording process”. Multitrack recording is basically recording songs, on computer, recorder or tape. During Multitrack recording audio is recorded digitally as separate audio files into a digital audio workstation (DAW). In a DAW, tracks contain audio and MIDI layers. Eacinstrument has its own track.

Multitrack recording Synonyms: Tracking, Multitracking

Example sentence: “I was showing the kids how multitrack recording works.”

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