remix

[v. ree-miks; n. ree-miks]
verb (used with object), remixed, remixing.
1.
to mix again.
2.
to mix and re-record the elements of (a musical recording) in a different way.
noun
3.
a remixed recording.

Origin:
1660–70

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remix
 
vb
1.  to change the balance and separation of (a recording), usually to emphasize the rhythm section
 
n
2.  a remixed version of a recording

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Example sentences
But one remix elicited a burst of calls, as if the birds had detected something wrong.
Then, of course, we'll take the experiment to its logical conclusion by crowdsourcing a remix of the winning song.
The problem with sampling in fashion, as in music, is that the remix has to seem new.
Remix the concrete in the mixing pan with a shovel or trowel to prevent segregation during the molding of specimens.
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