1. Lighting. Shortened form of cue track.
2. A lighting term for channels and parameters to remain in their set positions until acted upon. See
3a. (verb) To restrict a moving object to a predefined path.
3b. (noun) The path the object takes, or the hardware that restricts said object, (drapery track).
4. Audio. Prerecorded music and/or vocals.
5. A listing of all of a deckhand's actions during a performance.

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