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Words Related to Music - Producing, Performing, and Recording Music

Here you will learn some English words related to producing, performing, and recording music such as "busk", "conduct", and "remaster".

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Words Related to Music
to arrange
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to adapt or change the musical composition of a piece
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to bang out
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to play or perform something loudly, energetically, or enthusiastically
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to beat out
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to make a rhythmic sound by hitting something consistently, commonly used in the context of music or drumming
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to busk
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to play music in public and ask the passers-by for money
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to fiddle
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to perform music on the violin
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to clap out
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to clap hands rhythmically or percussively during a performance, either by musicians or the audience
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to compose
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to write a musical piece
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to conduct
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to direct a choir or orchestra using special movements of the hands
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to cut
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to record or sing a song, track, etc. in order to make a studio recording
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to lip-synch
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to move one's lips in synchronization with recorded music or speech
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to mix
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to combine several musical pieces from various sources into a single piece
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to modulate
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to change the key or pitch of a piece of music
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to orchestrate
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to arrange or compose music for performance by an orchestra or other ensemble
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to play
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to perform music on a musical instrument
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to pound out
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to play with force and vigor, often producing a repetitive and intense sound on musical instruments
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to rap
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to speak or chant rhythmically and in a unique style, often accompanied by music
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to record
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to store information, music, etc. in a way that can be used in the future
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to remaster
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to improve the quality of a previously recorded or mastered work, such as music or film, to achieve higher audio or visual fidelity
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to sample
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to take or record a small piece of music or sound digitally, in order to be used in a new composition
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to sight-read
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to read and perform a piece of written music at first sight without prior preparation
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to slur
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to perform a series of musical notes smoothly and without separation
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to strike
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to play a musical instrument by hitting it, typically with the hand or a stick
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to strum
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to play a stringed instrument by sweeping the fingers lightly across the strings
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to tongue
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to articulate the beginning of a note on a wind instrument by briefly interrupting the airflow with the tongue
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to transcribe
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to adapt a musical composition originally intended for one instrument, voice, or ensemble so that it can be performed by another
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to trill
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to produce a rapid alternation between two adjacent notes, usually a semitone or a whole tone apart
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to tune
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to adjust or regulate the pitch or sound of a musical instrument
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to tune up
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to adjust a musical instrument so that it plays in the correct pitch
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to whistle
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to make a high-pitched sound by forcing air out through one's partly closed lips
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to amplify
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to make a sound, especially a musical sound, louder
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to chant
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to sing a piece such as a psalm, canticle, etc. in a limited range of notes and with a repetitive tone
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to headline
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to be the star performer in a concert or performance
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to hum
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to sing a tune with closed lips
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to improvise
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to create and perform words of a play, music, etc. on impulse and without preparation, particularly because one is forced to do so
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to jam
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to play music along other musicians without practicing and as an act of improvisation
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to master
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to make the final version of a musical rendition or movie from which copies can be made
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to remix
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to produce a new version of a recorded piece of music by rearranging or adding new pieces to it, using a special device
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to perform
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to give a performance of something such as a play or a piece of music for entertainment
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to release
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to make a movie, music, etc. available to the public
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to sing
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to use our voice in order to produce musical sounds in the form of a tune or song
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to support
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to perform as the secondary act in a pop or rock concert, usually before the main performers
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to write
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to compose a musical piece
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to choir
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to sing or perform as part of a choir or choral group
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to solo
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to perform a musical piece or passage alone
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to blast
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to play a musical instrument, typically a wind instrument, with great force or intensity, producing a loud and powerful sound
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to score
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to write or compose music, typically for various instruments or voices
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to reprise
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to repeat or perform again, especially a musical or theatrical piece
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to tour
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to travel to different places to perform, such as putting on a concert
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to verse
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to convert or express something in the form of poetry or verses
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to encore
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to perform an additional piece of music or repeat a performance in response to an enthusiastic audience's request
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