For those unfamliar with voiceover recording, a "punch-in" is the term used to describe the act of making an on-the-fly correction to a narration. When the voice talent makes a mistake, the engineer may go back a couple of sentences and play the recording while the talent reads at the same time. At an appropriate place before the error was recorded the engineer punches the "record" button, creating an instant edit, replacing the misread portion with the live voice of the talent.
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