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recording

1. 
a. the act or process of making a record, esp of sound on a gramophone record or magnetic tape
b. (as modifier): recording studio
2. the record or tape so produced

recording

[ri′kȯrd·iŋ]
(science and technology)
Any process for preserving signals, sounds, data, or other information for future reference or reproduction, such as disk recording, facsimile recording, ink-vapor recording, magnetic tape or wire recording, and photographic recording.
The end product of a recording process, such as the recorded magnetic tape, disk, or record sheet. Also known as record.
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After he realized parts of his CD had been downloaded, Kweli posted a letter on www.okayplayer.com, an online community of recording artists.
Included are such rare gems as Cecil Gant, Minnie Pearl and Pee Wee King and the Golden West Cowboys (in a rare singing appearance by Pearl), Francis Craig and His Orchetras' pop standard "Near You," and a recording of Leon Payne singing his composition "Lost Highway" often mistakenly attributed to Hank Williams (although Hank sang it, he didn't write it).
(10) These estimates were based on some departments recording as a result of legal requirements and others doing so on a voluntary basis.
Regardless of the recording device you use, be aware of the recording volume level.
Despite the many tales illustrating the value of good strategies, Macaulay admits that sometimes "you just get lucky." She was recording sounds on Mt.
During the second period, often referred to by rap fans as "The Old School," hip-hop/rap recordings began to be released through independent record labels in and around the New York area.
Thanks to renewed interest in a magnetic recording method first demonstrated more than 100 years ago, there's confidence at in the storage industry that the natural effects of superparamagnetism can be further stalled.
When recording the Liszt Polonaise, Rigoletto Paraphrase and the Chopin Ballade in A-flat, he just started recording from a point somewhere in the middle of the piece.
The court recognized that "the informant may very well have concealed his ability to speak Spanish the same as he concealed the recording equipment and his allegiance with law enforcement." (16) The court found the fact that the conversation was audible to the informant to be determinative, not whether the informant was able to understand what he clearly heard.
Although intended initially for items belonging only to that bibliographic title and manifestation, item records quickly proved to be a means for recording and controlling reproductions in varying formats--e.g., microform, photocopy, electronic files.
Gov't Code [sections] 6252(e) (defining "writing" to mean "handwriting, typewriting, printing, photostating, photographing, and every other means of recording upon any form of communication or representation, including letters, words, pictures, sounds, or symbols, or combination thereof, and all papers, maps, magnetic or paper tapes, photographic films and prints, magnetic or punched cards, discs, drums, and other documents").