overdub

[v. oh-ver-duhb; n. oh-ver-duhb]
verb (used without object), overdubbed, overdubbing.
1.
to add other recorded sound or music, as a supplementary instrumental or vocal track, to a taped musical track to complete or enhance a recording.
verb (used with object), overdubbed, overdubbing.
2.
to add (a track or tracks) to a musical recording.
noun
3.
a recorded segment or layer of instrumental parts, vocalization, or sound effects integrated into a musical recording.

Origin:
1965–70; over- + dub4

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overdub
 
vb , -dubs, -dubbing, -dubbed
1.  to add (new sound) on a spare track or tracks
 
n
2.  the addition of new sound to a recording; the blending of various layers of sound in one recording

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Better to have a couple of overseers for that little overdub that's going to happen.
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