Reference Track (noun)
Also spelled or known as: Reference-Track, ReferenceTrack
Plural: Reference Tracks
What does Reference Track mean?
A track that is used as a reference point for a new recording.
A Reference Track (also known as “Reference“) is a track that is used as a reference point for a new recording. A reference track can help with structure, melodies, composition, sound design and mixing.
Example sentence: “I’m going to email the reference track tonight.”
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