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In the production of phonograph records – discs that were commonly made of shellac, and later, vinyl – sound was recorded directly onto a master disc (also called the matrix, sometimes just the master) at the recording studio. From about 1950 on (earlier for some large record companies, later for some small ones) it became usual to have the performance first recorded on audio tape, which could then be processed and/or edited, and then dubbed on to the master disc.

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  • En la producción de discos fonográficos (inicialmente fabricados con goma laca y después con vinilo) el sonido se registra directamente en un disco maestro (también llamado matriz o simplemente máster) en un estudio de grabación. Desde aproximadamente 1950 en adelante (antes para algunas compañías discográficas grandes, más tarde para algunas pequeñas) se hizo habitual que la interpretación se grabara primero en cinta magnetofónica, que podía procesarse y/o editarse antes de ser grabada en el disco maestro.​ (es)
  • In the production of phonograph records – discs that were commonly made of shellac, and later, vinyl – sound was recorded directly onto a master disc (also called the matrix, sometimes just the master) at the recording studio. From about 1950 on (earlier for some large record companies, later for some small ones) it became usual to have the performance first recorded on audio tape, which could then be processed and/or edited, and then dubbed on to the master disc. (en)
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  • En la producción de discos fonográficos (inicialmente fabricados con goma laca y después con vinilo) el sonido se registra directamente en un disco maestro (también llamado matriz o simplemente máster) en un estudio de grabación. Desde aproximadamente 1950 en adelante (antes para algunas compañías discográficas grandes, más tarde para algunas pequeñas) se hizo habitual que la interpretación se grabara primero en cinta magnetofónica, que podía procesarse y/o editarse antes de ser grabada en el disco maestro.​ (es)
  • In the production of phonograph records – discs that were commonly made of shellac, and later, vinyl – sound was recorded directly onto a master disc (also called the matrix, sometimes just the master) at the recording studio. From about 1950 on (earlier for some large record companies, later for some small ones) it became usual to have the performance first recorded on audio tape, which could then be processed and/or edited, and then dubbed on to the master disc. (en)
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  • Producción de discos fonográficos (es)
  • Production of phonograph records (en)
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