overdub


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overdub

in multitrack recording
the addition of new sound to a recording; the blending of various layers of sound in one recording
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A few days later, they called to say they wanted myself and my husband, Brian Amador, a fellow bilingual voice actor, to also overdub the female and male voices in their weekly L'Oreal industrial podcasts into English, in addition to the occasional Spanish overdubs.
Apart from an added harmony here and a vocal overdub there, it's pretty much what we recorded in five hours.
They needed to overdub the parrot's noises and we were going to call it back in for the day, but it seemed ridiculous to me - I was in the same scene and knew exactly what he did and what he said so I said I'd do it, and I loved it
To avoid controversy next time perhaps they should ask Jeremy Clarkson to record an overdub for them.
Cantuaria will overdub keyboards and percussion, and then when he gets a particular track cooking, he'll invite his friends around to lay down their extra parts.
Her older brother, who speaks in the same tones as his sister, has agreed to overdub her final bits of dialogue, according to the film's makers.
We cut the (rhythm) track live and usually overdub the vocal part, of course - you put down what you call a pilot vocal at first for everyone to listen to so nobody steps on the vocal.
Because of her pronounced Southern accent, which didn't fit with Jane's English heritage, her dialog was ultimately replaced with an overdub by actress Glenn Close.
Not representative were such posthumous Reprise albums as ``Crash Landing'' (1975) and ``Midnight Lightnin' '' (1976), in which Hendrix curator Alan Douglas hired studio players to overdub new tracks atop late-period Hendrix originals.
Formed in 1995 by by guitarist Kawabata Makato, the original intention was to record loops and overdubs to create "extreme trip" music.
They are the same basic recordings with new vocals and overdubs then remixed.