overdub


1over·dub

noun \ˈō-vər-ˌdəb\

Definition of OVERDUB

1
:  the act or an instance of overdubbing
2
:  recorded sound that is overdubbed <vocal overdubs>

First Known Use of OVERDUB

circa 1965

2over·dub

verb \ˌō-vər-ˈdəb\

Definition of OVERDUB

transitive verb
:  to transfer (recorded sound) onto a recording that bears sound recorded earlier in order to produce a combined effect

First Known Use of OVERDUB

1967

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