The action or technique of synchronizing the tempos of two recordings to enable a smooth transition between them in a set of uninterrupted music: if your music is badly chosen, the best beat-matching in the world won’t save you
More example sentences
- Tracks were extended, like today's dance music, to allow for beat-matching, and were usually released as 12-inch singles.
- Gery practices beat-matching nearly every day, and has a friendly competition going with DJ partner Dave P.
- Tunes meld seamlessly thanks to the automatic beat-matching, which may render professional DJ skills redundant, but ensures amateurs can hook a song or two together with gratifying elegance.
Definition of beat-matching in:
- The British & World English dictionary