recording


recording
noun
ADJECTIVE
excellent, fine, good
accurate, careful, detailed

an accurate recording of time

a detailed recording of facts

complete

a complete recording of Mozart's piano sonatas

last, later, latest, new, recent

the band's latest recording

modern
early, old
first, original

to enhance the quality of the original recording

commercial

one of the first commercial recordings of the artist

professional
home
live, studio
audio, video
cassette, tape
analogue/analog, digital
mono, stereo
electrical, magnetic

The principles of magnetic recording have been around for a long time.

music, sound

before the invention of sound recording

orchestral, piano, etc.
field

field recordings of folk music from Asia

VERB + RECORDING
do (sb), make (sb), produce

Make a few test recordings before you start the session in earnest.

play (sb), play (sb) back

I want to play you a recording of the rehearsal.

hear, listen to
view, watch
release
obtain
RECORDING + VERB
give sth, show sth

The recording gives an account of his kidnapping.

sound … 

The recording sounds just like a live performance.

RECORDING + NOUN
process
session
facility (esp. AmE), facilities (esp. BrE), studio

a state-of-the-art digital recording facility

state-of-the-art digital recording facilities

device, equipment, system
engineer
artist
career

The clarinet player launched her recording career in 2005.

contract, deal
company
industry
PREPOSITION
recording by

a recording by the Tokyo Quartet


Collocations dictionary. 2013.