(1) (verb)(Verb) To be controlled by or follow in some proportional relationship, as when a filter’s rolloff frequency tracks the keyboard, moving up or down depending on what note is played.
(2) (noun)(Noun) (1) One of a number of independent memory areas in a sequencer. By analogy with tape tracks, sequencer tracks are normally longitudinal with respect to time and play back in sync with other tracks. See channel.
(3) One of the longitudinal areas of”lanes” along a magnetic tape which is formed by recording an audio signal along it, separated by guardbands.
(4) A section on a recording, containing a discrete song or other selection.
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