Redundant Recall™ is a method developed by Relevant Redundant Recordings of adding a number of virtual tracks within a long recording on a CD.
These virtual tracks are manually added at 3-5 minute intervals where they might make sense. The purpose is to allow listeners an easier way to either pickup listening after a delay (e.g. you arrived at work and had to discontinue listening, after work you want to continue listening to that talk on your way home, you were listening to track 9 when you arrived, simply recall track 9 on the CD and listen on from there.), or if you missed a point made by the speaker, you can push the BACK Button once and the CD player will backspace to the beginning of that track. You can re-listen to the track while the speaker makes his/her point again.Almost all Relevant Redundancy Recording CDs are mastered with Redundant Recall™ tracking.