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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 add or overlay sound onto an existing audio track or video in a post production environment. For example, additional instruments or voices can be mixed in with the original sound tracks of a song. See also dub-dub-dub.
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Once they got him out of there, truth told, he looked right pitiful," it was said of Trim, a man who'd lost his wife, the support of his children, and, after that stunt, the respect of most of his community, Dubby gone and fewer and fewer of those who remained inclined to treat Trim "no different.
The Lionrock frontman will be playing his usual distinctive mix of Northern Soul, Rare and Dubby Grooves, intertwined with dirty House and Techno beats.
Loops, muffled beats and dubby bass combined with a huge dose of Radiohead's "outsider" complex lends for an album that would not look out of place in the catalogues of Autechre, Plaid and Plone.
Further in, "Breathing Chaos" juxtaposes the sounds of proximity and distance: lips and breath on a woody shakuhachi, the subsonic echo of a dubby bass.
While negotiating meetings between cable networks and operators take place off the convention floor, the highlight of the show figures to be the opening panel May 4 "Cable TV: 50 Years and Growing," featuring Bill Gates, chairman and CEO of Microsoft; Brian Roberts, president of Comcast; and Dubby Wynne, president and CEO of Landmark Communications, with CNN's senior analyst Jeff Greenfield as moderator.
Of course, he took up with Lydon again after the collapse of the Sex Pistols and was the rumbling, dubby linchpin of Public Image Ltd's experimental new sound.
Mixing dubby grooves and folky arrangements, all cut through by Brown's plaintive, haunting voice, they've been dubbed everything from 'Snowdonian trip-hop' to 'Portishead meets Clannad'.
The lines share an intangible quality with the music the Australian duo makes as HTRK (short for Hate Rock Trio): dubby, not-quite-love songs with sparse electronics that sink into your bones, but keep their secrets close.
An inscription reads: "This double runner, Dubby, was built in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, in 1890.
Their self composed music references both indie and dance but keeps a strong original feel to it from the dubby dance tune THC to the anthemic Soho.
Deep house and dubby techno with Silicon Soul (Soma).