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(1) Using touch-tone phone technology, you can fetch messages from remote phones, re-record your greetings, and keep or delete messages.
(2) Even re-recorded, the disc was ignored by radio types who had long stopped programming Merle Haggard and George Jones.
(3) This involves using cassette players to re-record commercially produced recordings on to tape.
(4) Even the distinctive signature tune has been re-recorded to provide a more modern feel.
(5) If you make any kind of a mistake, you should re-record the offending passage there and then.
(6) And as any good record sleeve will tell you, re-recording a record without a licence is illegal.
(7) Incidentally Ciccolini also plays several works for piano 4 hands, partnering himself by re-recording!
(8) He wanted us to rerecord it faster with more punch and urgency. Sentencedict.com
(9) In Ramone's memoir, "Making Records," he recalled persuading a hesitant Sinatra to rerecord some of his most famous songs.
(10) Sometimes the sound from a particular instrument or voice is not right for the finished recording, and the artist is called back to the studio to rerecord.
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