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tr.v. re·mixed, re·mix·ing, re·mix·es
To create a new version of (a recording) by recombining and re-editing the elements of the existing recording and often adding material such as new vocals or instrumental tracks: remixed a popular ballad and turned it into a dance hit.
A recording produced by remixing.
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(Electronics) to change the balance and separation of (a recording), usually to emphasize the rhythm section
(Electronics) a remixed version of a recording
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Past participle: remixed
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n (= record) → Remix m
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