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sound·track

also sound track  (sound′trăk′)
n.
1. The audio portion of a film or video recording.
2.
a. The music that accompanies a movie.
b. A commercial recording of such music.

soundtrack

(ˈsaʊndˌtræk)
n
1. (Film) the recorded sound accompaniment to a film. Compare commentary2
2. (Film) a narrow strip along the side of a spool of film, which carries the sound accompaniment
vb
(Music, other) (tr) to provide with a continuous accompaniment of sounds, esp music

sound′track`

or sound′ track`,



n.
1. the narrow band on one or both sides of a strip of motion-picture film on which sound is recorded.
2. the sound recorded on a film, esp. music or dialogue.
3. a recording or tape of a stage musical.
[1925–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.soundtrack - sound recording on a narrow strip of a motion picture filmsoundtrack - sound recording on a narrow strip of a motion picture film
dubbing - a new soundtrack that is added to a film
laugh track - prerecorded laughter added to the soundtrack of a radio or television show
sound film - motion-picture film with sound effects and dialogue recorded on it
audio recording, sound recording, audio - a recording of acoustic signals
Translations
zvuková stopa
soundtrack
ääniraitaelokuvamusiikkielokuvan musiikkisoundtrack
filmska glazba
サウンドトラック
사운드트랙
filmmusik
เสียงในฟิล์ม
nhạc phim

soundtrack

[ˈsaʊndtræk] Nbanda f sonora

soundtrack

[ˈsaʊndtræk] n [film] → bande f sonoresound wave nonde f sonore

soundtrack

[ˈsaʊndˌtræk] n (music) → colonna sonora; (speech, noises) → sonoro

soundtrack

مُوسِيقَى تَصْوِيرِيَّة zvuková stopa soundtrack Filmmusik μουσική επένδυση banda sonora elokuvan musiikki bande originale filmska glazba colonna sonora サウンドトラック 사운드트랙 soundtrack lydspor ścieżka dźwiękowa banda sonora, trilha sonora звуковая дорожка filmmusik เสียงในฟิล์ม film müziği nhạc phim 声道
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Also popular once more are those old Japanese anime soundtracks from the 1970s that feature theme songs from Voltes V, Mazinger Z, Daimos, Mekanda Robot, and other mech shows that captured the imagination of Filipino youth in the latter part of the said decade to the early 80s.
This year, attendees of the event were treated to a karaoke competition where passionate music lovers belted out their favourite Japanese tracks; a quickdraw competition where aspiring mangakas (Japanese term for comic artist) had the opportunity to share their talent with their fellow anime fans; an interschool cosplay competition where young anime enthusiasts instantly became their school's pride; a showdown among bands covering renowned anime soundtracks; an anime dubbing workshop; and performances from screamworthy cosplayers like Karael, Kaika, Onnie, and the Philippines' very own Liui Aquino.