Bouncing Audio

Bouncing Audio Definition - What is a Bouncing Audio?

The term "bouncing audio" originates from the era when recording was done on tape decks with a limited number of tracks. The idea of "bouncing" means that you would record on all but one track, and then mix those tracks together and move them to the last track, freeing them up for more recording. In modern terminology the process is much the same, meaning to record multiple tracks, mix them together, and record more tracks on top of the mixed track.

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