- v. present participle of overdub.
“A search for sing harmony with themselves will show results that use the word "overdubbing" in the title.”
“Because the original film was in German, complicated overdubbing is not required; creation of a parody can be achieved by the simple expedient of superimposing fake subtitles.”
“These recordings introduced Paul's technique of "overdubbing" - layering musical sounds on top of one another as opposed to recording each one at the same time.”
“The worst offender of the overdubbing is the Top of the Pops segment though as the band is obviously faking it in front of a live audience.”
“We're working on a record, we're not too far from being done ... we're in the kind of overdubbing and mixing stage at this point," McCaughan told The Canadian Press in a telephone interview from North Carolina.”
“I did New Chautauqua in the '70s, which involved overdubbing, and another one a few years later, Zero Tolerance For Silence, which also had some overdubs.”
“The “Wall” approach to production involved a process of overdubbing scores of musicians to make a full sound.”
“I did some overdubbing the next day, but there weren't a lot of fixes or anything like that.”
“It was written for the Kronos Quartet, which thanks to overdubbing plays all the instrumental parts for the work's debut on record this month.”
“We called his love of overdubbing 'Marvin on top of Marvin on top of Marvin.”
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