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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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Rosi, who hails from Puerto Rico, of Argentine descent, and majored in French, overdubs the industry leaders' motivating explanations in Spanish and English, as well as expertly pronouncing the French titles and names for the international beauty giant's program.
I suppose it was a decision to try and make things as simple as possible, to get the sounds together and then try and do as little as we could, leave quite a lot of space and not do a lot of overdubs.
Intended for beginners, the guide begins with the basics of software setup and teaches all of the core operations of the application including recording, editing, mixing, mastering and archiving and includes instructions for topics such as MIDI, overdubs and loops, and audio effects.
Featuring endless overdubs of Barwick's wordless, angelic vocals, it's eerie, soothing, and thought-provoking--like New Age music with substance.
TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS - MOJO THE band's first studio album since 2002 sees them going back to basics, recording live in the studio with as few overdubs as possible.
Lebanese-born singer-songwriter Abaji presents Origine Orients, his latest trans-Mediterranean album in which he has opted to record all his songs in a single take, playing all the instruments himself, without overdubs.
Thankfully, Eric and Mario knew a good thing when they heard it, and didn't mess with the masters, so there are no overdubs or updating gimmicks, just pure and sublime music that bridges the gap between genres.
It has already proved popular with Blast's first customers ( producers Nigel Wright and Robin Sellars, who used it to record vocal overdubs for Andy Abraham, runner-up in the X Factor competition.
To create this strange and fascinating album, Patton handed over to the DJ trio a selection of vinyl records from his personal collection, inviting them to create "blocks of sound" from them onto which he would add vocal and instrumental overdubs.