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Vine has added a feature that will allow creators to remix any audio file from any video on its service. The expectation is that with this audio collaboration, more engagement will occur and even memes will form. Users can make their own creation by simply tapping a button when composing their video and selecting “Make an audio remix.”

In an attempt to avoid copyright infringement complaints, remixes will include links back to the original video to give credit where credit is due. To find out the source of the remix, tap on the music note under the video and then the arrow that points to the right.

The addition of remix support comes nearly three months after the Twitter-owned company announced that it would enable creators to incorporate music within the app. In a way, Vine is releasing tools that will allow creators to be more creative in their work, something that could rival YouTube’s own resources.

After all, with six-second videos, making them more flashy and creative certainly wouldn’t hurt in making the videos go viral across social media.

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