Definition of remaster in English:

remaster

Line breaks: re|mas¦ter
Pronunciation: /riːˈmɑːstə
 
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verb

[with object]
Make a new master of (a recording), typically in order to improve the sound quality: all the tracks have been remastered from the original tapes
More example sentences
  • At first, Rhino issued novelty recordings, but over time it began licensing and remastering recordings from other labels.
  • The label has used the most modern 96kHz, 24-bit technology to remaster recordings that usually sounded pretty good in the first place, and the results are impressive.
  • Where necessary, tracks have been deftly remastered and genuinely sound fresher.

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