multitrack

adjective mul·ti·track \ ˌməl-tē-ˈtrak , -ˌtī- \
variants: or multi-track or less commonly multitracked or multi-tracked

Definition of multitrack

: having, using, or involving more than one track
  • a multitrack railway
  • In multi-track schools, students are split into four groups—called tracks—that follow different schedules.
  • —T. Keung Hui
specifically, of an audio recording : using more than one audio track (see track 2e(1))
  • multitrack drums/vocals
  • Included in the app's multi-track editor is the ability to implement fades … on overlapping tracks …
  • —Jeff Benjamin

multitracking

play \ˌməl-tē-ˈtra-kiŋ, -ˌtī-\ or multi-tracking noun
    • Well, I was splicing tape to make loops. There was no multi-tracking involved at all.
    • —Andy Popplewell

multitrack

or multi-track transitive verb multitracked or multi-tracked; multitracking or multi-tracking
    • multitracked his voice into an electronic choral blur …
    • —James Gavin

First Known Use of multitrack

1904

in the meaning defined above

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