See also: laughtrack and laugh-track

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laugh track ‎(plural laugh tracks)

  1. The soundtrack of laughter sounds that accompanies a television comedy show
    • 2004, Robert Kubey, Creating Television, ISBN 1135694273:
      Possibly a show with no laugh track would improve with a well-done laugh track.
    • 2012, Ridley Pearson, No Witnesses, ISBN 1401305172:
      He felt it weird to have this discussion with a laugh track running faintly in the background.
    • 2013, Allan Neuwirth, They'll Never Put That on the Air: The New Age of TV Comedy, ISBN 1581158483:
      There were shows where they let us not use a laugh track ... and portions of shows. Whenever they were in the O.R. or serious surgery, there was no laugh track.

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