To add (supplementary recorded sound) to a previously taped musical recording especially in order to heighten the total effect.
Additional recorded sound that is blended into a musical recording.
A recording of sounds, music, etc. that is added to or superimposed on another recording.
To add (sounds, music, etc.) to (an already existing recording)
(sound engineering) To record a part along with an already recorded part or parts.
The rhythm guitar part is live, but the solo was overdubbed.
(sound engineering) An overdubbed part.
The rhythm guitar part is live, but the solo is an overdub.
Origin of overdub
- over- +"Ž dub (in the sense of double)