Overdubbing and punching


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Overdubbing and punching

Okay, so now I want to overdub my voiceover track, and overdubbing is the act of recording a new track without getting rid of the old tracks. Now in most digital audio, with the exception of probably some two-track recorders, you are going to see that overdubbing is possible, in Luke Bayes stuff, in multitrack; that's kind of the essence of multitrack recording. In addition to having all these different tracks, you have independent control over these different tracks, and that's true of recording these tracks as well. So overdubbing is what makes it possible for one person to become a full band, or for a band to cut it basic track but then go back and record the vocal separately. It's just that ability to keep adding on and recording different tracks that are separate and don't have any damaging effect, or you don't have to record over anything that exists if you don't want to.

So let's go ahead and overdub my voiceover track to go along with these drums, an...

Overdubbing and punching
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Overdubbing and punching provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Dave Schroeder as part of the Digital Audio Principles

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