a term that refers to when (during a performance) a musical group plays a prerecorded track and lip-synchs on stage
The new rock group used playback instead of actually singing/performing the song on stage.
by Coat-kid January 02, 2008
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a term used to describe the performance of the singers/performers when musical groups use a pre-recorded track and lip/instrument-sync on stage in front of the audience
Instead of actually performing the song, the upcoming rock group used playback for fear of screwing up their first live performance.
by Coat-kid November 29, 2007
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A person that likes to suck their own dick, and act like its not a big deal.
"Phil did you just pull a PlayBack?"

-"Its no big deal, it was just the tip just a lick for a bit!"
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Act of getting back at someone for playing you for a fool.
" I CANT BELIEVE SHE DID THAT TO YOU"......"its ok, I got playback on her, she now knows how I felt!"
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a new hot singing sensation from boston.

see www.playback-music.com
-Did you see Playback's show yesterday?
-yeah they rocked
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An oilfield term used to describe a condition that does not need to be corrected right away. For instance, a minor mistake which can be corrected later is deemed "playbackable."

The word originated when oilfield data was kept on computer tapes, and in order to re-access the data, the tape had to be played back.

Terry: "I can't believe I just spent my last $20 at the craps table. Too bad my bet isn't playbackable."

Example 2:

Jim: "I just computed some data with the wrong model."
Tom: "Don't worry, it's playbackable."
by vaeren November 05, 2008
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A setting in Finale that alters the way your music is played to make it sound like a real musician is playing it. In other words, Human Playback adds rubato and mood to your compositions.

Human Playback can add trills, mordents, turns, arpeggios, glissandos, tremolos, ottavas, and swinged tempo into your music along with improving expressions such as dynamics and tempo variations.

There are 16 different types of Human Playback styles and each one interprets your music in their own way. They include Baroque, Classical, Romantic, 21st Century, Marching Band, Viennese Waltz, Light Waltz, Funk, Jazz, Latin, Pop, Reggea, Rock, Samba, and Custom.
Josh added Baroque Human Playback to his piano sonata and he liked how the half-notes were held longer along with the trills being slower.
by pianoman88 August 27, 2008
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