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Dub, Dubs, Dubí, or dubbing may refer to:


Many places in Slavic countries, where "dub" means "oak tree":


  • Dub music, a subgenre of reggae music
  • Dub techno, a subgenre of techno
  • Dubbing (music), transfer or copying of previously recorded audio material from one medium to another
  • Dubplate, a preliminary pressing of a record
  • The Dubs, an American vocal group from the 1950s
  • Dubstep, a genre of electronic dance music
  • Lip dub, a type of music video that combines lip syncing and audio dubbing
  • Overdubbing, adding supplementary recorded sound to a previous recording

Film and television[edit]

  • Dubbing (filmmaking), post-production process in which additional or supplementary recording occurs
  • Dub localization, altering the dubbed translation of a foreign language film or television series to further adapt it for a "local" audience
  • Fandub, a fan-made dub or redub of a live-action or animated production

Literature and publishing[edit]

  • DUB Magazine, covering the urban custom car culture
  • Dub poetry, a form of performance poetry consisting of spoken word over reggae rhythms



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