Subject: Re: remix?
From: a l an b am f o rd (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jul 13 1999 - 04:33:30 EDT
gabbling on about remix? Larry was heard to mutter...
> Dear cec list:
> A term that--for me--has taken on a
> new meaning is "re-mix".
> By extrapolation I think I understand the
> new usage. Rather than its former meaning
> as a verb--when a composer makes a 2nd, 3rd,
> Nth mix of materials for, say, a tape piece--it
> has a broader meaning these days as a noun:
> a re-combination of the materials of a
> piece--our own or even some other composer's
> or composers' (!) already finished piece(s).
you've got it..though it involves the same processesas the other meaning you mention.
> Have I got this new usage right?
> Larry Austin
"Love is not love that alters when it alteration finds"
Wild Bill Shakespeare.
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