mash-up


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mash-up

or mash·up (măsh′ŭp′)
n.
An audio or video recording that is a composite of samples from other recordings.

mash-up

A website or application that combines content (such as video or music) from more than one source into an integrated product.
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While the mash-up enterprise is, no doubt, an exercise in making Austen's novels worse, the essay frames the Quirk travesties in terms of Susan Sontag's "Notes on Camp," asking whether it is possible that these imprudent "improvements" might actually be good because they are bad.
Vidya Vox, a mash-up singer of Western electronic dance music and Indian ragas, loaded her crew into cars and ventured into the desert with sun visors from a 99-cent store.
Pepita's Kitchen reprised its 2013 Best Dessert called Super Suman-an over-the-top mash-up of sticky rice, mango, ChocNut, jackfruit, yema, pili nuts, pastillas de leche, peanut kisses and macapuno.
Enter a world of ancient Chinese temples, take a hike at The Great Wall and discover what lies beyond the majestic mountain ranges in "Minecraft: Console Edition Chinese Mythology Mash-Up Pack.
NEW YORK -- Seth Grahame-Smith's life could be described as a mash-up.
Configurable culture is similar to remix culture in terms of originality, uniqueness, and authenticity, but the creativity of mash-up runs much deeper and is more complicated than remixing.
Showing the crowd the meaning of girl power, these vocalists proved they're not afraid to take some risks, as all of the team delivered a daring mash-up of English and Arabic songs.
In July and early August fans voted for their favorite mash-up or combo flavor.
In the same way that some talented DJs mash-up '80s pop music with heavy metal and somehow make it sound cool, regency heroines and monsters can actually work.
1) The most basic form of mash-up pits artists with clearly opposed styles against each other.
Lauding the work of mash-up masters like Girl Talk and Danger Mouse, Lessig traces our current copyright muddle back to the time of John Philip Sousa, who campaigned against mechanically reproduced music a century ago, blaming player pianos for destroying the front-porch sing-along.
Artists will have unlimited access to mash-up these images and can include them in as many artworks as they like, bringing fresh significance to the historical collection material available in Picture Australia.