“Maybe everybody’s getting used to it, but I can’t stand the sliding timbre of a sampled voice being moved in frequency. It has that dur, dir, dee, doo... The timbre moves along for the ride—it sounds like a Hammond organ. I hate it.”- Wendy Carlos
To overdub is to record additional material after the “basics”, e.g. a singer being recorded (overdubbed) in isolation after the rhythm section has been tracked.