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In popular music, a re-edit is an altered version of a recorded song created by repeating, reordering, or removing sections of the original recording - for example, making a chorus repeat several times in a row, or extending the length of a break section. Like remixes, re-edits are especially common in dance music.


  • Broughton, Frank, and Bill Brewster. How to DJ Right: the art and science of playing records (New York: Grove Press, 2003), 234-237, 282.

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