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Wild Track

From Wikipedia, Chace Audio

A wild track, also known as wild audio, wild sound, or wild line, is an audio recording intended to be synchronized with film or video but recorded separately from picture. Generally, the term "wild track" refers to sound recorded on location such as sound effects gathered when cameras were not rolling or extra takes of lines performed for audio only. The uses for wild audio include offscreen dialog, shooting sound at a later time than picture when it is impossible to get a clean recording due to unforeseen background noise, or to obtain room tone for post production and sound editing.

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