Mash-up meaning

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(computing, slang) A derivative work consisting of two pieces of (generally digital) media joined together, such as a video clip with a different soundtrack applied for humorous effect, or a map overlaid with user-supplied data.
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An audio or video recording that is a composite of samples from other recordings.
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(informal) A blend or mixture of incongruous elements, often, specif., one regarded as startling, inept, or inelegant.
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A recorded composition made up of digitally blended sections of other recordings.
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A Web-based application designed to integrate data from two or more sources to produce new content or functionality.
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(music, slang) A remix that combines two or more songs from different artists into one track.
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(Internet) A Web application that combines data and/or functionality from more than one source.
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The definition of a mashup is a combination of two or more pre-recorded songs into a new recording, such as a vocal track and an instrumental.

An example of a mashup is the combination of the Beatles and Jay Z on the songs of The Grey Album by Danger Mouse.

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See mashup.
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Origin of mash-up

  • From mash up, in turn from mash and up.

    From Wiktionary