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Playback Controls (noun)

Type: noun

Pronunciation: /play-back-kon-trolls/

Also spelled or known as: Playback-Controls

Singular: Playback Control

Playback Controls: Record, Play, Pause, Mute, Stop, Rewind, Fast-Forward

What does Playback Controls mean?

A section of a DAW that contains the record, play, pause, stop, and other buttons.

Playback Controls (also known as Transport Controls) is the area in a DAW or sequencer that contains the playback controls (e.g. record, play, pause, stop, rewind, fast-forward, etc.). DAW transport emulates the functions of a tape machine transport

Playback Controls synonyms: Transport Controls

Example sentence: “Hit the stop button on the playback controls.”

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