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dub

the sound of a drum

dub

[dəb]
(engineering acoustics)
To transfer recorded material from one recording to another, with or without the addition of new sounds, background music, or sound effects.
To combine two or more sources of sound into one record.
To add a new sound track or new sounds to a motion picture film, or to a recorded radio or television production.

dub

To strike, cut, rub, or dress so as to smooth a surface.

dub

To make a copy of an audio tape or videotape. See also dub-dub-dub.
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Although Radio in the Digital Age avoids dealing with the known shortcomings of the medium as it continues to define its producers and users, Dubber succeeds in his argument about the essence of radio remaining intact, irrespective of the changes that may occur in the ways in which its listeners adopt in order to gain access.
Dubber claims that criminal procedure must be wrested from the titillating context of constitutional jurisprudence.
Dubber and Farmer's contributions both deal with the problems of criminalization from a historical perspective, the former highlighting the public nature of criminality by reconstructing its historical developments while the latter stresses the historical contingency of the notion of 'wrongfulness'.
Dubber contends that American criminal law has frowned upon the so-called passive personality theory of jurisdiction.
Mr Dubber, is head of policy and communications at Fenland District Council in Cambridgeshire.
A dubber takes the master tape of a production and copies it to other tapes.
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Para-Swimmer Rebecca Dubber for a Bachelor of Communication Studies at AUT.
Cruz plays the role of Amy, a film dubber who fangirls over Oli played by Trono, a frustrated actor who strives hard to make it big in showbiz.
Charles Dubber, 63, was arrested after police raided his flat in Mill View Heights, Toxteth, in April and discovered heroin worth PS250,000 wrapped in brown tape and hidden at the bottom of his laundry basket.
In this work for legal scholars, lawyers, and judges, editors Fernandez and Dubber (law, University of Toronto) present 11 essays examining the legal treatise as a genre in its own right.