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Take

From Wikipedia, Chace Audio

A take is a single shot or audio recording. Multiple takes are edited together to create a sequence or scene. Takes of each shot are generally numbered starting with "take one," and the number of each successive take is increased until the filming of the shot is completed. More than one take may be printed (saved) of the same shot by the director. Generally, this is done to preserve differing nuances in a performance and provide additional choices during editing.

In music, ADR, Foley, or VO, a take similarly refers to successive attempts to record a cue or part. These takes are also sequentially numbered based on the their place within the film, usually in terms of reel placement. The need to obtain a complete, acceptable take was especially important in the years predating multi-track recording and overdubbing techniques.

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