- v. present participle of remix.
“What we have done is basically use the base comics to create a counter story, by changing the dialogues in the blurbs and adding images etc, in other words a remixed version of the WIPO Comics.”
“Anarchist/wobbly spoken word remixed by the poster girl for earnest folk rock over a bunch of guitar loops.”
“Viacom, for example, which routinely orders YouTube to remove pirated copies of its television shows also routinely ignores cases where the uploader has "remixed" the original content.”
“Oh, and how about an older song that's been "remixed" for the film, or a composition from the guy who's scoring the movie?”
“The "remixed" version of Galaga includes background artwork that changes depending on your stage, various difficulty settings and the ability to replay any completed stage.”
“Since I basically stole ummm, "remixed" all of the ideas from other folks I really don't see what claim I have to all this.”
“It's as if someone could make a "remixed" newspaper, but with just the comics, horoscopes, opinions, letter-columns, and of course the ads.”
“The beauty of beef stew is that it's beef stew one day, and then can be "remixed" a few times through the week.”
“Bringing art into the science classroom - whether it be to approach learning from a different perspective or simply to show how scientific knowledge is "remixed" by contemporary culture - can help bridge that mental gap for all kinds of learners.”
“Little Nick Carter and by 'remixed', I mean, "just as bad as the original, except the bass is just loud enough to give you erectile dysfunction".”
‘remixed’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for remixed.