the preparation of the final sound track of a film or video production, including the mixing of sound effects and dialogue, the recording of additional dialogue, and the addition of music.
Origin of rerecording
verb (used with object)
to record (something) another time.
to transfer (a recording) from one process to another, as from shellac to long-playing record.
Origin of re-record
First recorded in 1925–30
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to make a recording of (something recorded before) againthey had to re-record it in the studio
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