Did you mayhaps mean rerecorded?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of re-record.
“Then King and his team re-recorded those elements on an outdoor set on a Warner Bros. back lot and in nearby canyons "to get this natural decay and echoes," King says.”
“Then I re-recorded it, she sings with me on this track.”
“Afterward, he and his bandmates recorded an album's worth of songs but, unhappy with the results, they went to his upstate New York studio and re-recorded most of the material—without Mr. Casablancas, who skipped the upstate sessions.”
“Ten years ago, there was this really famous dance music kind of guy and he worked on the track as it had been performed on the record...if I could have re-recorded it for him, it would have been better.”
“If you took a tape recorder and paused it and re-recorded it five months later, it would be like BLA, BLA, BLA.”
“With most of Coastal Grooves written and recorded before the operation in 2009, Hynes went back to the songs and re-recorded them, though he insists there were no plans to release it.”
“The new album is called Endless Day and it is 9 of the songs from their previous, independent release that have been totally remastered and re-recorded.”
“But given that even newsreel footage of FDR's fireside chats were re-staged and re-recorded, unless the purpose is fraudulent content, I'm not that concerned whether it's live or on tape.”
“The latest album by Styx, Regeneration, Volume 2, is the follow-up to the 2010 seven-song EP, Regeneration, Volume 1, which features six re-recorded classics, including “Come Sail Away,” “Fooling Yourself The Angry Young Man” and “The Grand Illusion.””
“It's a collection, and then we re-recorded twelve of the songs to literally revisit them.”
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