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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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He recalls: "The night we recorded that and actually overdubbed the orchestra part, you had to be there to experience it, but it was like going from black and white square pictures to cinemascope Technicolor.
It showed a film of animals with overdubbed human voices.
In an era of auto tuners, layers of overdubbed instruments and vocals, and popular singers who can't actually carry a tune live, Jenn Grant's latest album, Echoes, is a welcome relief.
Nothing was overdubbed, except the horns we added later on.
In its most recent incarnations, the "Transformers" cartoon has been produced in Japan and overdubbed for syndication in the U.
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On "Sacajawea," Shorter unfurls swirling sheets of overdubbed notes.
The recording is almost as famous for its curious detaiis (the fact that Parker was playing a plastic saxophone, the fact that Mingus overdubbed his bass parts later in the studio, the way that Gillespie downed around audibly onstage while Parker tried to play his solo on "Salt Peanuts") as for the quality of the music itself, which is high but marred by low production standards.
When the programme went out it had been overdubbed with the line: "Do us all a favour - stay out there and rot.
Guitarist Hunter and drummer/percussionist Parker recorded this CD live in the studio with the exception of some overdubbed percussion parts on one cut.
The programme, which was filmed in a Warwickshire field, began broadcasting on US public television stations, overdubbed with American voices, in spring last year and was now as popular as Barney, a singing dinosaur who also happens to be purple.