click track

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click track

[′klik ‚trak]
(engineering acoustics)
A sound track containing a series of clicks, which may be spaced regularly (uniform click track) or irregularly (variable click track).
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"So it was like one person recording their part to a metronome click-track, it's kind of soulless that really.
Guided by a click-track in his headphones, Michael Lloyd conducted his hardworking, generous Chandos players through a valiant delivery of Laura Rossi's specially-commissioned 74-minute score, these 62 musicians, not least (and perhaps obviously) the adrenaline-pumped percussionists.
And we'll be playing without a metronome or 'click-track',' which is used for film scores today and relates to the tempo.
When time came to film the onscreen musical performances, Teller's training paid off as he drummed along to a click-track with accomplished musicians.
Each tune begins with an introduction, so there is no click-track needed on the play-along.
I thought about doing it stripped right back or with a click-track (backing tracks), which always feels like cheating to me.
I thought about doing it stripped right back or with a click-track [backing tracks], which always feels like cheating to me.
On her return, Connie initially relied on a click-track - a digitally enhanced recording of music and lyrics - to help her voice reach some of the more powerful notes.
Each tune begins with an introduction, so no click-track is needed on the play-along.
But it reminded me that the Canadian artist Kelly Mark did something similar but much more elaborate, being videoed in Chamberlain Square over a series of days performing exactly the same movements (co-ordinated by means of a click-track) while everything else around her changed from day to day.
Now he appears to be acting almost as a click-track mood-shaper, his role to maintain the band's grooving, organic pulse.