Pronunciation: /rēˈmiks, ˈrē- /[with object]
- 1Mix (something) again.More example sentences
- Each dungeon has been redesigned to offer new challenges - and in turn, mess with returning players by remixing the puzzles and the room progression completely.
- Working in her home, she would mix and remix complex blends of essential oils and other ingredients to create fragrances with the qualities she wanted.
- When separated it can be remixed simply by shaking hard in a jar with a lid.
- 1.1Produce a different version of (a musical recording) by altering the balance of the separate tracks.More example sentences
- A third and final version, remixed by Amundsen, closes the album.
- I remember asking if I could get a DJ to remix one of my tracks, and they called him and it was $20,000 to do the mix.
- I, personally, would like to see this album remixed with some different drum parts to hear how good it could really be.
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- A different version of a musical recording produced by remixing.More example sentences
- Sting has quite clearly taken the third path and seduced a host of new fans through remixes, cover versions and car commercials.
- As the electronic descendant of the lowly ‘cover version,’ the remix has become an inventive genre in its own right.
- The project naturally developed into collecting not only videos, but also original recordings and remixes into two double albums packed to the hilt with gems.
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- Nowadays he is deemed to be one of the top garage producers and remixers, after all it was Ed who turned the Gorillaz ‘Clint Eastwood’ in to a killer club track.
- That said, you've gotta be able to pair great songs with great remixers to end up with a great remix project.
- He's a successful singer/songwriter, recording artist, record producer and dance remixer.
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