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accounting the profession, system, or activity of recording and maintaining the records of financial transactions of individuals or businesses.
aircheck a recording of a radio broadcast, esp. of music.
airplay the broadcasting of a recording by a radio or television station.
birth certificate an official document recording the time and place of a person's birth and the names of the parents.
blip an interruption in audio recording or transmission in television or radio. [1/5 definitions]
bookkeeping the practice or occupation of systematically recording business transactions.
camcorder a portable video recording device that includes a camera and an audio recorder in one unit.
camera a device with a shutter and lens that produces photographs by recording images on a light-sensitive film or plate. [1/2 definitions]
cardiogram the curve drawn by an electrocardiograph in recording the mechanical movements of the heart, used in the diagnosis of heart defects and disease; electrocardiogram.
data processing the recording, organizing, and storing of information, esp. by computers, in accordance with strictly defined procedures.
daybook a book for recording each day's events; diary. [2 definitions]
diary a book used for recording one's experiences, reflections, and private thoughts. [1/3 definitions]
digital audio tape a tape recording made with digital techniques.
digital video disc a movie or other video recording stored on such a disc. [1/2 definitions]
dub3 to add sounds to or replace sounds on (a film or other recording), esp. to replace voices in one language with those in another. [4 definitions]
echo chamber a room in a recording or broadcasting studio that is used to increase resonance or produce echo effects.
effect (plural) sounds or visual images that are used to produce an effect on a listener or spectator, especially those used in film, television, sound recording, and the like to create visual or auditory illusions or elicit a heightened experience. [1/8 definitions]
flutter a distortion in the sound of a recording, due to fluctuations in speed. [1/9 definitions]
Grammy any of various awards given annually in the United States by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for outstanding achievement in the recording industry.
-graph a device for writing, drawing, recording, or transmitting. [1/2 definitions]
-graphic of or relating to (such) a method of recording, printing, or transmitting. [1/2 definitions]