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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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But a most unusual achievement is Meehan overdubbing his 136 voices, singing all the choir parts of Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus.
Overdubbing S4C in English would only serve to reinforce that tendency.
Although much of Wool's visual vocabulary remains constant--for example, the artist employs a generally uniform line width and a largely achromatic palette--perhaps it is the overdubbing of these performative mark-making routines, the compression of space between them, and the breakneck speed at which Wool applies his media that allow him, like McPhee, to "find something new each time.
Topics include Cubase 5 basics and terminology, monitoring and recording audio, control room mixer, using VST sound, overdubbing, recording MIDI, MIDI and audio tracks, sample and key editing, beats and loops, creating FX channel tracks, equalization, writing automation, surround mixing, and project customization and optimization.
Aside from technical inventions that also included multi-track recording and overdubbing, Paul had a successful career as an instrumentalist.
The band blares over the overdubbing of the plosive hubbub of the throng.
One is by a rock band, the other by a woman overdubbing her voice to imitate a rock band.
I can dance and now I'm calling myself a passable singer because they haven't talked about overdubbing me yet," the 34-year-said.
Not only have Miramax chopped half an hour off the running time, they've also committed the cardinal sin of overdubbing the original dialogue.
I tend to consider my compositions done when I finish mixing, never when I'm recording, because I tend to do a lot of overdubbing,'' he says.
Spector is famous for creating the Wall of Sound that involved overdubbing of multiple instruments, vocals and sound effects create a full, dramatic effect and bringing fame to groups like the Ronettes and the Crystals.
You can probably guess what he does to Queen, a band that specialized in creating orchestral effects by overdubbing dozens of distorted guitars and for years boasted "No synthesizers