Definitions for "Overdubbing"
A technique that can be used on multi-track recorders such as the AW series, in which (for example) drums are recorded first, and then other instruments such as guitar and bass are recorded on other tracks while the musician listens to the previously recorded tracks, in this way accumulating a larger number of tracks.
1) Adding additional musical parts on a track of a multitrack tape. 2) Sending a previously recorded signal through a console and mixing it with the audio from a new sound source, recording onto another tape.
In studio singing or voice work, the process of laying one soundtrack over another.