Tracking simply refers to the recording of a particular track. In the studio, it is referred to as the process of creating tracks. More specifically, it relates to when each individual is recording their parts separately. In a band scenario, for example, the band can play live (all at once) or be tracked (each individual plays their part separately along to a guide track).
The process of altering, changing and affecting a piece of music. Typically, editing is done on a computer using a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) as it offers a suite of tools that make the process really simple. Years ago, before computers had the capability, editing was done by cutting up and splicing together pieces of magnetic tape.
A term that describes the process of mixing tracks together to produce a balanced and coherent sound. In the studio, it is the art of making everything sound like it has its own place without blending everything together into a musical mess.
The final stage of audio production—the process of putting the finishing touches on a song by enhancing the overall sound, creating consistency across the album, and preparing it for distribution.
A recording of moving visual images made digitally or on videotape.
The process of manipulating and rearranging video shots to create a new work. Editing is usually considered to be one part of the post production process.
Writing and directing original music used to produce various types of media entertainment.
A musician who professionally composes musical compositions and writes lyrics for songs.
Music production is the process by which music is created, captured, manipulated, and preserved so that it can be distributed and enjoyed.
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