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  • adj. Not recording.


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non- +‎ recording


  • Nevertheless, they were arguing that even as sales fell, records drove a career and made all other opportunities possible, and that in order to continue to underwrite career development, the company would have to participate in nonrecording income.

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  • Now, with 360 deals, record companies get nonrecording income that used to go to the artists.

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  • Evolution 60 These spectrophotometers are nonrecording and recording single-beam and split-beam instruments.

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  • Edgar’s ace in the hole was that even when fans weren’t buying records, those recordings were still the most important factor in building careers and making stars–and he recognized that artists could be convinced to pay for that with a share of their touring and other nonrecording income.

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