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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
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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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The company acknowledged that humans can access those recordings after some of its Dutch language audio snippets were leaked.
Some of the recordings carry sensitive and confidential information.
In addition to preserving these recordings, Yale University Library was also able to successfully secure the rights necessary to make one of the most important sets of recordings in the collection available to stream globally.
In an interview, project manager, Earnest Seakgosing said the recording dubbed the season of worship would be a three-day live recording which would enable gospel lovers to attend in different days and enjoy live music from different artists.
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For example, it has been stated that, "at the Barrow Neurological Institute, in Phoenix, Arizona, where patients are routinely offered video recordings of their visits, clinicians who participate in these recordings receive a 10% reduction in the cost of their medical defense and $1 million extra liability coverage" (P.J.
Like it or not, recordings are here to stay, and the omnipresence of modern communications devices such as smartphones, tablets, etc., is likely to increase the prevalence of recordings.
With the introduction of video recording in medical education came the realization that patient confidentiality could be compromised because recordings produce a potentially permanent record of the physician-patient encounter accessible to third parties.
Socioeconomic revelations of the era come out in these recordings, as well as depict the perception differences between the Western company and Korean public.
This "new reality" has some doctors and healthcare clinics worried about the ownership of recordings and their potential to be used in complaints or even law suits.
To ensure sensitive payment information is not stored, 3CLogic offers automatic or manual termination of call recordings, call encryption, and white noise enablement.
Synopsis: "The Great British Recording Studios" by music journalist Howard Massey tells the story of the iconic British facilities where many of the most important recordings of all time were made.