rerecording

[ree-ri-kawr-ding]
noun Movies.
the preparation of the final sound track of a film or video production, including the mixing of sound effects and dialogue, the recording of additional dialogue, and the addition of music.

Origin:
1925–30; re-record + -ing1

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re-record

[ree-ri-kawrd]
verb (used with object)
1.
to record (something) another time.
2.
to transfer (a recording) from one process to another, as from shellac to long-playing record.

Origin:
1925–30

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re-record
 
vb
to make a recording of (something recorded before) again: they had to re-record it in the studio

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Example sentences
To release all interest in a brand making it available for rerecording by other persons.
However, it is possible that there may be a threshold over which rerecording the lien amount would be advisable.
Different modem connection speeds and browser types can be applied to a script without any rerecording.
The third security deed was a rerecording of the first security deed.
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