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Multilingual Glossary which aims to provide definitions of audiovisual and audiovisual-related terms. Terms are defined in English with their equivalent in French, German and Spanish when known.
Music Dictionary Online's primary purpose is, in the case of non-English words and phrases, to offer translations and, more generally, and where appropriate, to offer explanations and comments about general (non-musical) and specialist (i.e. musical, etc.) terms that might be found in musical scores, books on music, web sites, CD notes, concert pro... View more
Understanding many of the hundreds of terms used in a recording studio by producers, engineers, composers, and musicians can be an overwhelming task. We hope to help eliminate the confusion by compiling an on-line glossary that will attempt to define commonly used buzzwords and jargon, both subjective ("I need a warm, weighty, yet puffy bass sound ... View more
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diccionario de refuerzo de sonido profesional en español, por una parte, y por otra un diccionario inglés-español y español-inglés. This audio english-spanish and spanish-english dictionary will be useful to those trying to reach into the world of sound reinforcement in Spanish.
It's somewhat cumbersome to use but seems to be a decent glossary of recording contract terms. The link takes you to the German glossary. To get the English glossary, click on English version, Recorded Music, Glossary.