Remix meaning

rē-mĭks'
To recombine (audio tracks or channels from a recording) to produce a new or modified audio recording.

Remixed a popular ballad and turned it into a dance hit.

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A recording produced by remixing.
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To mix again; specif., to mix (sounds) on (a tape, disc, etc.) in a different way.
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A mixing or being mixed again; specif., a new mix of sounds in a recording.
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An enhanced Android operating system from Jide Technology Co., Ltd. (www.jide.com) that supports multiple windows and a taskbar similar to Windows and Mac. Introduced in 2015 by ex-Google engineers, Remix can be downloaded for various ARM tablets, and a version is available for x86 computers. Jide also offers ARM-based hardware, including a Mini PC and an 11.6" Surface-like "Ultratablet" that run the Remix OS. See Android laptop.
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(music) A rearrangement of an older piece of music, possibly including various cosmetic changes.
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(music) A piece of music formed by combining existing pieces of music together, possibly including various other cosmetic changes.
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(music, intransitive) To create a remix.
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(music) To rearrange or radically alter a particular piece of music.
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To mix again.
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Origin of remix

  • re- +"Ž mix
    From Wiktionary