Definition of rerecord in English:

rerecord

Line breaks: re|record
Pronunciation: /riːrɪˈkɔːd
 
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verb

[with object]
  • Record (sound, especially music) again: the sound will then be rerecorded in binaural stereo re-recording a record without a licence is illegal (as adjective rerecorded) the track is a rerecorded version of a song from their recent album
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    • The electronic musician updates his original analogue sounds by re-recording the music with new digital tools; the result is a nuanced, intricate sound field of bassy drones, chirping bird call synths, and blipping rhythms.
    • To get them into a computer, you have to re-record the music in a digital format, a much trickier and slower process.
    • The music was re-recorded by Disney from more-or-less the same scores.

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