multitrack

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EtymologyEdit

multi- +‎ track

AdjectiveEdit

multitrack ‎(not comparable)

  1. (music) Recorded on multiple tracks
    • 2007 July 15, Jon Pareles, “Sounds Dire, Droll, Dreamy and on the Edge of Kitsch”[1], New York Times:
      Lush is the only word for Ulrich Schnauss’s “Goodbye” (Domino), an album that makes most multitrack pop confections sound spartan.

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multitrack ‎(third-person singular simple present multitracks, present participle multitracking, simple past and past participle multitracked)

  1. To record on multiple tracks simultaneously (typically with each performer or instrument having its own track)
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