Crossword clues for remix
- Single's flip side, often
- Old song with a new verse, say
- New version of an old song
- New arrangement of old tracks
- Modify, as a soundtrack
- Make a new version in the sound studio
- House version, perhaps
- Freshly arranged music recording
- Extra track on singles, often
- Extended dance version of a pop song, for example
- DJ's version of a hit song
- DJ's song version
- DJ's output
- DJ's creation
- DJ CD
- Dance-club arrangement
- Dance version of a song
- Dance version of a pop song, for example
- Dance version of a pop hit, often
- Dance track, often
- D.J.'s version of a song
- Compilation album add-on
- Bonus track, often
- Blend a new way
- Alternative recording studio version
- Alternate version of a recording
- Alternate song recording
- Altered version of a song
- Altered song recording
- "Old Town Road (feat. Billy Ray Cyrus)," for one
- Dance version of a pop song, e.g.
- Edit for radio, maybe
- Work on in a sound studio
- Sound studio work
- Sound studio job
- Dance version of a song, maybe
- New version of a song, maybe
- Dance version of a record, say
- Many a dance club tune
- D.J.'s creation
- Many a song at a dance club
- Dance version of a record, often
- D.J.'s play
- New arrangement of tracks on a recording
- Alternative version of a song
- Blend anew
- Rock group backed number selected to play new recording?
- Revised pop song
- Dance version of a song, often
- Dance version of a pop song, say
- Edit, in a way
- Dance record
- Different version of a song
- New version of a song, sometimes
- Alternative version of a hit song
- Track with a guest rap, say
- The Beatles' "Love," e.g
- Stir again
- Sound studio creation
- Song edited by a deejay
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Remix \Re*mix"\ (r?-m?ks"), v. t. To mix again or repeatedly.
n. 1 (context music English) A rearrangement of an older piece of music, possibly including various cosmetic changes. 2 (context music English) A piece of music formed by combining existing pieces of music together, possibly including various other cosmetic changes vb. 1 (context music intransitive English) To create a remix 2 (context music transitive English) To rearrange or radically alter a particular piece of music 3 to mix again
A remix is a piece of media which has been altered from its original state by adding, removing, and/or changing pieces of the item. A song, piece of artwork, book, video, or photograph can all be remixes. The only characteristic of a remix is that it appropriates and changes other materials to create something new. Remix - Creative personal rendition of a song/video
Most commonly, remixes are associated with music and song recordings. Songs may be remixed for a variety of reasons:
- to adapt or revise a song for radio or nightclub play
- to create a stereo or surround sound version of a song where none was previously available
- to improve the fidelity of an older song for which the original master has been lost or degraded
- to alter a song to suit a specific music genre or radio format
- to use some of the same materials, allowing the song to reach a different audience
- to alter a song for artistic purposes.
- to provide additional versions of a song for use as bonus tracks or for a B-side, for example, in times when a CD single might carry a total of 4 tracks
- to create a connection between a smaller artist and a more successful one, as was the case with Fatboy Slim's remix of " Brimful of Asha" by Cornershop
- to improve the first or demo mix of the song, generally to ensure a professional product.
- to provide an alternative version of a song
Remixes should not be confused with edits, which usually involve shortening a final stereo master for marketing or broadcasting purposes. Another distinction should be made between a remix, which recombines audio pieces from a recording to create an altered version of a song, and a cover: a re-recording of someone else' song.
The first Remix album released by Mushroomhead in 1997. All tracks are remixes except for "Everyone's Got One" (hence the subtitle "Only Mix"). The last portion of "Episode 29 (Hardcore Mix)" was used on the XX album as "Episode 29". The original release of the "Multimedia Remix" also included recordings of Mushroomhead performing "Born of Desire" and "Chancre Sore" at Nautica in Cleveland (now known as The Scene Pavilion) as well as a video for "Simpleton".
Remix was an Indian television series produced by Rose Audio Visuals, which used to air on STAR One. It was a hit among teenagers and had reruns on the same channel. The series is a remake of the popular Argentine soap Rebelde Way.
A remix is an alternative version of a recorded work.
Remix may also refer to:
- Remix (Candan Erçetin album)
- Remix (I Like The), a song by New Kids on the Block
- Remix (Le Tigre album)
- Remix (Mushroomhead album)
- The Remix (Lady Gaga album), a 2010 album by Lady Gaga
- The Remix (Ariana Grande album), a 2015 album by Ariana Grande
- r.e.m.IX, an album by R.E.M.
- An alternative word for Arrangement.
In other media:
- Remix (book), a 2008 book by Lawrence Lessig
- Remix (fashion magazine), a New Zealand fashion magazine
- Remix (film), a 2008 Danish film
- Remix (magazine), a former US music magazine
- Remix (TV series), a 2000s Indian television series
- reMix (novel), a novel by Jon Courtenay Grimwood
- The Remix, an Indonesia's NET. electronic dance music competition program
Remix is a Candan Erçetin album. There are remixes of " Neden" in this album. There is also a song named "Yazık Oldu" which is a song from Pjer Žalica's movie Fuse.
Remix is a Danish 2008 feature film directed by Martin Hagbjer starring Micky Skeel Hansen as a 16-year-old pop singer Ruben. Remix is inspired by the true story of Danish pop idol Jon Gade Nørgaard known by the mononym Jon. Jon was also the subject of the documentary feature film Solo released in 2007. The film was released on January 25, 2008.
Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy is Lawrence Lessig's fifth book. It is available as a free download under a Creative Commons license. It details a hypothesis about the societal effect of the Internet, and how this will affect production and consumption of popular culture to a " remix culture".
Remix was a monthly magazine for disc jockeys, audio engineers, record producers, and performers of electronic music. It was started in 1999 as a quarterly magazine. The magazine focused on recording and live-performance hardware, electronic musical instruments, and music-production hardware and computer software. It was headquartered in Marion, Ohio.
The final issue of Remix was dated January 2009.
Pitchfork Media called the album "just about as standard as remix albums can get", adding that the album's biggest weakness "is that, for the most part, it puts the disco before the discussion." The publication ranked the DFA's remix of "Deceptacon" 226th on its list of the best songs of the 2000s. Out magazine panned the album, writing that "Le Tigre deserves better."
Remix Magazine is a quarterly fashion magazine established in November 1997 in New Zealand and now distributed around the world. The content is predominantly fashion, beauty, pop culture and entertainment conveyed through original editorial and photography.
Published independently by Remix Media Ltd, Remix magazine has two titles; A New Zealand edition released throughout Australasia quarterly and an international edition released throughout the United States and Europe twice yearly. Founder and owner Tim Phin remains the publisher. The current editor is Steven Fernandez.
"Remix (I Like The)" is a song by American pop group New Kids on the Block from their sixth studio album, 10. The song was released as the album's lead single on January 28, 2013. "Remix (I Like The)" was written by Lars Halvor Jensen, Johannes Jørgensen, and Lemar, and it was produced by Deekay. The song features Donnie Wahlberg and Joey McIntyre on lead vocals.
"Remix (I Like The)" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States, becoming their first lead single to fail charting since " Be My Girl" (1986). However, the song did peak at number 38 on the Adult Pop Songs chart.
Usage examples of "remix".
And at a music store where Bonny downloads Gershwin remixes into her palmphone, Katelyn downloads ragtime standards, Scott Joplin, Irving Berlin.
It was as though tapes of remixed sounds had been run through a computer to extend their frequency range.
I woke every morning from five hours of enriched REM sleep, as wide-eyed and energetic as a hyperactive child, my head spinning with a thousand disintegrating dreams (most of them elaborate remixes of the previous day's editing).
These are bootlegs, never-released columns, NC-17 versions, lost classics, remixes, extended-play versions, and the director's cut.
But where you could be orchestrating your own music, you are remixing the music of others.
Mixed and remixed with thirty other presidents you had to recut and repaste to win a fast ten bucks.