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Remixes (Music)

  • Musical compositions derived from one or more existing sound recordings through the process known as remixing.

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    • Remixes (Music)
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    • Club mixes
    • Dance mixes
    • Mixes (Music)
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    • found: Work cat.: 00100535: Gerrish, B.M. Remix, c2001:subtitle (the electronic music explosion) pref. (Remix embraces the entire DJ culture, the lifestyle of dance music, and what has become known as electronica) p. 1 (Remix is about dancing, creating music that leaves you with no other choice but to move) p. 36 (Remixing is the art of creating an alternate version of a song or instrumental piece. Early methods such as manual tape splicing and live mixing have given way to a dazzling array of digitally-based tools) p. 41 (A remix can be sampled from any piece of music-- electronic, jazz, rock, funk, classical or world) p. 6, 11, ff. (early remixes were known as extended mixes and club mixes; DJ's create special mixes; "mixes" sometimes used instead of remixes) p. 30-34 (lists and describes dance genres remixes are created for: house, acid house, progressive house, techno, dub, jungle, trip-hop, garage, tribal, etc.)
    • found: New Grove, 2nd ed. WWW site, Oct. 15, 2001(remix: recording produced by combining sections of existing recorded tracks in new patterns and with new material; found in many different types of popular music, but most usually associated with club dance music)
    • found: Wicke, P. Handbuch der populären Musik, c1997(remix)
    • found: Encarta dict.(remix (-mixed, -mixing, -mixes) verb: to produce a new version of a piece of music by altering the emphasis of the sound and, in pop music, often adding new tracks in place of existing ones; short definition: produce new version of music; noun: a recording that has been remixed; short definition: new recording)
    • found: Amer. heritage dict., 4th ed.(remix. tr. v. -mixed, -mixing, -mixes. 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". n. A recording produced by remixing)
    • found: LC database, Dec. 7, 2001(remix, remixes, mixes, dance mix(es), disco mix, extended mix, club mix, dance club mix, and many other more distinctive terms involving "mix")
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    • Musical compositions derived from one or more existing sound recordings through the process known as remixing.
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    • 2014-12-10: new
    • 2015-12-15: revised
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