|LC control no.||sh2001002573
|See also||Electronic music
Electronic dance music
|Scope note||Here are entered recorded musical works derived from one or more existing sound recordings through processes known as remixing.
This heading is applied to sound recordings that are entirely remixes, prominently identified as remix(es), mixes, or expressions such as dance mix and club mix, but not to recordings where mix(es) means only medley, mixture, or miscellaneous.
|Found in||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.)
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)
Wicke, P. Handbuch der populären Musik, c1997 (remix)
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)
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)
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")