Crash Course: What is Remix Culture?

Chantal de Medeiros, Danielle Hubbard


Remix culture refers to the practice of taking one or more pre-existing artistic works and combining or re-inventing the material into something new. Artistic works could be music, movies, books, or visual art. In today’s increasingly digital world, creating remixes and mashups is becoming more and more popular, especially in teen culture.

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