[verb ree-miks; noun ree-miks]
- to mix again.
- to mix and re-record the elements of (a musical recording) in a different way.
- a remixed recording.
Origin of remix
First recorded in 1660–70
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Examples from the Web for remix
Shortly thereafter, T.I. lent his first post-incarceration verse to a remix of “Magic.”Future Makes Us Rethink Everything We Thought We Knew About Rap Artists
December 15, 2014
Well, Beyoncé Platinum is rumored to include a remix featuring the singer.Beyonce’s New “7/11” and “Ring Off” Will Give You Reason to Live (And Dance)
November 21, 2014
This was the summer of Daft Punk, but check out this remix of Random Access Memories.What You Missed But Shouldn’t Have In 2013
December 25, 2013
Take, for example, the surprise cameo by R. Kelly, who sang part of—wait for it—“Ignition (Remix).”I Was Way Too Old for Z100’s Jingle Ball Concert. But I Couldn’t Have Had More Fun.
December 14, 2013
Lindsey Stirling, a violinist, won an award for a remix of a Psy song she performed with an a capella group.The YouTube Music Awards Were Alarmingly Strange and Epically Cool
November 4, 2013
- to change the balance and separation of (a recording), usually to emphasize the rhythm section
- a remixed version of a recording
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