mixing, present participle; mixed, past tense; mixed, past participle; mixes, 3rd person singular present;
Combine or put together to form one substance or mass
peppercorns are sometimes mixed with other spices for a table condiment
these two chemicals, when mixed together, literally explode
(of different substances) Be able to be combined in this way
oil and water don't mix
Make or prepare by combining various ingredients
mixing concrete is hard physical work
(esp. in sound recording) Combine (two or more signals or soundtracks) into one
up to eight tracks can be mixed simultaneously
Produce (a sound signal or recording) by combining a number of separate signals or recorded soundtracks
it took two years to mix his album
Juxtapose or put together to form a whole whose constituent parts are still distinct
he continues to mix an offhand sense of humor with a sharp insight
(of a person) Associate with others socially
the people he mixed with were nothing to do with show business
Be belligerent verbally or physically, esp. with one's fists
Two or more different qualities, things, or people placed, combined, or considered together
the decor is a mix of antique and modern
A group of people of different types within a particular society or community
the school has a good social mix
A commercially prepared mixture of ingredients for making a particular type of food or a product such as concrete
cake mixes have made cooking easier
The proportion of different people or other constituents that make up a mixture
arriving at the correct mix of full-time to part-time staff
pants made from a cotton and polyester mix
A version of a recording in which the component tracks are mixed in a different way from the original
a dance mix version of “This Charming Man.”
An image or sound produced by the combination of two separate images or sounds
a commercially prepared mixture of dry ingredients
blend: mix together different elements; "The colors blend well"
an event that combines things in a mixture; "a gradual mixture of cultures"
desegregate: open (a place) to members of all races and ethnic groups; "This school is completely desegregated"
the act of mixing together; "paste made by a mix of flour and water"; "the mixing of sound channels in the recording studio"
combine (electronic signals); "mixing sounds"
MIX is a hypothetical computer used in Donald Knuth's monograph, The Art of Computer Programming (TAOCP). MIX's model number is 1009, which was derived by combining the model numbers and names of several contemporaneous, commercial machines deemed significant by the author. ...
MIX is a high-performance, indexed, on-disk email storage system that is designed for use with the IMAP protocol. MIX was designed by Mark Crispin, the author of the IMAP protocol. ...
Mix magazine is a periodical billing itself as "the world's leading magazine for the professional recording and sound production technology industry". The magazine is distributed in 94 countries.
MIX is a Microsoft conference held annually for web developers and designers at which Microsoft showcases upcoming web technologies. The conference is held each Spring at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. ...
Mix is the debut studio album by New Zealand Pop rock band Stellar*, released by Sony BMG on July 29, 1999. The album debuted at #2 on the RIANZ albums chart, and after seven weeks within the top 10 would finally reach the #1 position. ...
MIX, often branded on-air as MIX 22, is a channel on XM Satellite Radio playing the Hot Adult Contemporary format. It is located on XM22 and plays a mix of hit songs from 1980-present day, except for urban music. ...
The result of mixing two or more substances; a mixture; The result of combining items normally kept separate; The result of mixing several tracks; The finished version of a recording; To stir two or more substances together; To combine items from two or more sources normally kept separate; Use ...
(Mixes) contain multiple shades and variances of the same color and size.
(Mixing) the ability to combine two different rc functions into one. See control surface mixing and channel mixing above.
(mixing) combining two or more sound tracks by recording them onto a single one.
(Mixing (Coupling)) Two radio control channels can be coupled together so that they move together when only one control channel is activated. Many 1/4 scale models require a combination of aileron and rudder to turn. Mixing does this electronically at the transmitter. ...
(Mixing (radio)) In radio terms, the process of combining two or more channels into one, combined movement. In a helicopter, it’s often necessary to mix multiple channels so that multiple servos each move a certain amount to obtain the right movement of control surfaces. ...
(Mixing) 2D data includes time ASI, F/A ratio, Uncertainty, Instantaneous images, whatever.
(Mixing) A technique for blending, stirring, or combining two or more ingredients until they are evenly distributed throughout the mixture. Can use an electric mixer with paddle attachment, blender, food processor, wooden spoon, or whisk.
(Mixing) Air movements (usually vertical) that make the properties of the air with a parcel homogeneous. It may result in a lapse rate approaching the moist or dry adiabatic rate.
(Mixing) All of the sounds that comprise a piece of recorded music are recorded onto separate "tdisplays." The sound levels and signal quality (Equalization) of these tdisplays are then "mixed" together so that all of the sounds compliment each other.
(Mixing) An important thing to remember about mixing is the order of adding ingredients. Add the ice first, then pour in the alcohol, and only then add the mixer. This is also cold “building” a drink; it helps to keep the alcohol within the drink the same cold temperature.
(Mixing) Liquid can be repeatedly aspirated and dispenses while the tip remains in the liquid, this causing a mixing action.
(Mixing) Reduction and adjustment/enhancement of larger amount of independent audio signals into a smaller amount.