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multitrack

(in sound recording) using tape containing two or more tracks, usually four to twenty-four
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With the new Helix Multi-Track capabilities organizations are now able to use the Helix Universal Media Server to stream live and on-demand video with multiple language feeds.
The Bebob SDK, targeted at OEM manufacturers of mixers and break-out boxes, enables multi-track recording to USB storage devices where computer connectivity is not always practical or available.
Louise Diamond co-authored the book Multi-Track Diplomacy.
The plant also features the Wendt Finder 2400 with Multi-track technology.
Band-in-a-Box will then generate a multi-track MIDI file that you can use, based on your musical specifications.
The gargantuan act of vandalism of destroying the tenth-century city wall, one of the wonders of the ancient world, to create a multi-track ringroad of quite staggering traffic engineers nihilism.
0's new multi-track audio mixer and 16:9 video format.
So says body-language expert Allan Pease, who reckons women can excel at work by steering conversations in different directions with multi-track information, while men's brains are limited to doing one thing at a time.
In this book, the authors not only target twentieth-century American painters, but they employ a multi-track format which includes poems, interviews with the artists, repetition of images to arrive at different understandings, and the introduction of a simplified approach to art criticism.
Revolutionizing the industry is unheard of until now with the introduction of Jammit[TM], the first and only music software offering budding and veteran rock stars access to top industry artists' original multi-track master recordings.
iKlax, a first for end-consumers, allows and enables multi-track listening of music.
The new associates include Rob Gray, who specialised in handling multi-track claims of high value and complexity at Keoghs and was heavily involved with major clients, Norwich Union; Anwen Rees Roberts from BLM; Andrew O'Connell from James Chapman; Richard Matthias from Silverbeck Rymer and Bill Radcliffe from Weightman Vizards.

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