from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • transitive v. To master again, especially to produce a new master recording of (an old recording) in order to improve the sound quality.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • v. To produce a new version of a recording by remixing the original master recordings


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  • A 4K (Bladerunner style) remaster is coming to Blu-ray in April.

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  • A remaster was my only option because it would not boot anything that did not have the new NVidia drivers installed.


  • Side-to-side comparisons, unfortunately, reveal the Blu-ray edition to have been culled from the same remaster, which is not a bad thing except that it shows only a small improvement in picture quality.

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  • You're saying a remaster is a backup of a stable build, saved to cd's, correct?


  • It's effectively a tiny 'remaster' of XP Pro (SP3).


  • It has been my practice to create a "remaster" iso after every update to create


  • Do you secretly have the mastertracks ... or some magical EQ settings that can improve the mix ... or do you just have a different definition of "remaster" to the rest of us?!!


  • Well I've installed the remaster and now have the original faulty one and the remaster which is free of faults.


  • (That's output from the remaster, which is running nicely on said laptop now.


  • British music magazine Uncut gave a unfavorable review of the remasters, stating that "Sadly, the remaster is a fiasco.

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