Segue

Originally a musical term for an immediate follow on, now used more generally for any immediate follow on.
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Segue

The linking of two bits of audio together seamlessly on-air
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segue

[v] - proceed without interruption
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segue

noun the act of changing smoothly from one state or situation to another
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segue

segue 1. To make a smooth, almost imperceptible transition from one state, condition, situation, element, or subject to another. 2. In music, to continue by playing the following piece or passage without a pause. 3. Etymology: an instruction in musical scores, from Italian segue; literally, 'now follows'; meaning, 'to play into the following move
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Segue

[album] Segue is a compilation album by the Canadian rock band Chilliwack released in 1983. The album was later re-released as Chilliwack`s Greatest Hits. ==Track listing== ...
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Segue

A segue (eɪ) is a smooth transition from one topic or section to the next. ==In music== In music, segue is a direction to the performer. It means continue (the next section) without a pause. It comes from the Italian "it follows". The term attacca is also used in classical music. For written music it implies a transition from one section to the..
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Segue

[band] Segue (pronounced SEG-way) is a San Francisco Bay Area-based rock band. Formed in January 1994, in San Rafael, California, Segue blends rock ‘n’ roll with blues, pop, country and funk. They have adopted the sounds of artists such as The Black Keys, R.L. Burnside, The Mother Hips, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Black Crowes, an
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segue

(Pronounced SEG-way) In broadcasting, a transition from one topic to another using a word, idea or theme common to both.
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Segue

(Pronounced seg-way) Musical term for when one tune moves seamlessly into another.
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segue

carry on to the next section without a pause
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segue

carry on to the next section of music without a pause
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segue

segue
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segue

carry on to the next section without a pause
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segue

now follows, go on with what follows
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Segue

A transition from one sound to another.
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segue

(Pronounced SEG-way) In broadcasting, a transition from one topic to another using a word, idea or theme common to both.
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Segue

The link or transition between two segments or songs.
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