Tracks

Some articles on tracks, track:

The Complete Singles Collection 1994–2000 - Tracks From Album
... Lower Class Crucifixtion (1997) with track 3, 29 So This Is Freedom? (1999) with track 1, 4 Raise Your Finger, Raise Your Fist EP (1996) Tracks 5-10 Protect and Serve (1996) Tracks 11-18 ...
Yesterday And Today - Music
... Yesterday and Today included tracks from the Beatles' two most recent British LPs which had not yet been included on American albums, plus three from their upcoming LP in the ...
111th Street (IRT Flushing Line)
... It has four tracks and two side platforms on the main level ... At this point, the express track "flies" over the other four tracks ... The two center tracks are yard leads of the Corona Yard, home of the 7 train ...
Psychedelic Trance - History - Start of The Movement
... of electronic dance music could occasionally be heard in Goa in the form of tracks by artists such as Kraftwerk but it wasn’t until 1983 that DJs Laurent and Fred Disko, closely ... The tracks were remixed, removing the lyrics, looping the melodies and beats and generally manipulating the sounds in all manner of ways before the ...
Music Tracker - Format Structure
... to any tracker program samples, notes, effects, tracks (or channels), patterns, and orders ... A track (or channel) is a space where one sample is played back at a time ... Whereas the original Amiga trackers only provided four tracks, the hardware limit, modern trackers can mix a virtually unlimited number of channels into one sound stream through software mixing ...

Famous quotes containing the word tracks:

    Truth is one, but error proliferates. Man tracks it down and cuts it up into little pieces hoping to turn it into grains of truth. But the ultimate atom will always essentially be an error, a miscalculation.
    René Daumal (1908–1944)

    Leonid Ivanovich Shigaev is dead.... The suspension dots, customary in Russian obituaries, must represent the footprints of words that have departed on tiptoe, in reverent single file, leaving their tracks on the marble....
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    The tracks of moose, more or less recent, to speak literally, covered every square rod on the sides of the mountain; and these animals are probably more numerous there now than ever before, being driven into this wilderness, from all sides, by the settlements.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)