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recordist

[ ri-kawr-dist ]
/ rɪˈkɔr dɪst /
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noun

Also called sound recordist. Movies. the person in charge of sound recording on a film set.Compare mixer.
Also called recording engineer . a similar specialist in charge of recording an album, taping a television show, etc.: a video recordist.

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Origin of recordist

First recorded in 1925–30; record + -ist
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Example sentences from the Web for recordist

  • This includes professional listeners like Chris Watson, the legendary field recordist who for decades has captured the sounds of wildlife heard in David Attenborough’s films, including The Green Planet, which will premier next year.

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