Translation of multitrack in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈməltiˌtræk/ /ˈməltaɪˌtræk/ /ˈmʌltɪtrak/


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    multitrack recording grabación multipista
    • The late 1990s saw the introduction of cheap hard disk and minidisk multi-track recorders, many with effects such as reverb and chorus built in.
    • In graduate school I made a transition into time-based media: film, video, audio synthesizers and multi-track recording.
    • Due to circumstances, the record sounds obviously transitional, and was in fact the last one the band would complete using their tried and true straight-to-stereo method, before upgrading to more modern, multi-track methods afterwards.
    • If you are going to be doing anything with multi-track harmonies, how can you sound like anybody else?
    • Les Paul - as well as being credited as the inventor of the solid-bodied electric guitar - also invented multi-track recording.
    • Aspiring musicians compete with major recording studios by using MIDI and multi-track technology in conjunction with a computer in their basement or garage.
    • Just as computers have put power into the hands of musicians - putting multi-track recording onto the desktop and providing promotion and distribution via the internet - they have also put power into the hands of film makers.
    • He would improvise one layer, and then through multi-track recording, he would lay a second layer of improvisation over the first.
    • The versions here are properly mixed versions by the original recording engineer from the multi-track tape in true stereo.
    • The first is no-loss higher quality than you can hear music that has components separated out from the other channels in the music, becoming a multi-track resource for other artists to create from.
    • These days, people use a laptop computer as the multi-track recorder, and they also often use automatic speech recognition software to create a draft of the transcript.
    • Of course, recording a multi-track accompaniment with instrumental voices is a much more complex task.
    • The typical MIDI file is a multi-track song file that has separate parts for melody, bass, accompaniment, percussion and so forth.
    • Recorded in 1971, its multi-track vocals, complex musical score, and fusion of soul and jazz create a wonderful soundscape.
    • There is no evidence of the growing pains that often bedevil follow-up albums recorded with additional personnel and the dubious luxury of a multi-track recording desk.
    • Even though 1960s and '70s music was mediated by increasingly sophisticated multi-track recording equipment, it made the live context the testing ground of each performer's authenticity.
    • She started making multi-track home recordings at age 10 and performed with her sisters in bands during her teen years.
    • Behind the scenes, technical and promotions producers use digital multi-track editing facilities to create all the ‘extras ‘that make the programme sound so good.


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    grabación multipista feminine
    • That may sound improbable, but actually we use multi-tracks all the time.
    • This version was discovered on a multi-track and is released in a mixed version for the first time.
    • They were not multi-track so glitches could not be ironed out.
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    multipista masculine