desired track


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desired track

[də′zīrd ′trak]
(civil engineering)

desired track

The planned or intended track between two waypoints. It is measured in degrees from either magnetic or true north. The instantaneous angle may change from point to point along the great-circle track between waypoints.
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display the desired track and "drag" the icon to the MD operation
Using OML, commercial buyers of music (music supervisors, music editors and creative directors) can search a database of high quality, pre-cleared music provided by associated record labels and publishers, screen the selected tracks in Real Audio, request and apply for a license to use song in their production, and quickly obtain a copy of the desired track either by custom-CD or -- starting later this year -- by digital download.
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It offers additional functionality, compared to its predecessor - EarSet 3, with a newly featured operation button to navigate through desired tracks, playlists, etc.