Remaster Audio Restauration - breath life into old Songs

Remastering Songs - Audio restauration

Remastering and audio restoration is the process of improving the overall sound quality of your music recordings. Whether you have old recordings or want to update the sound of your music to meet today's quality standards, remastering audio is the perfect solution.


Remastering audio is the right choice if you're experiencing problems with your audio, such as clicks, crackles, background noise, hissing, or humming. I can help you eliminate or minimize these recording errors so that you can enjoy your music the way it was meant to be heard.


I use state-of-the-art mastering techniques to improve the audio quality of your music recordings. I re-balance the audible frequency spectrum, optimize dynamics and loudness levels, and take your audio to the next level. I also optimize your audio for new loudness target standards optimized for streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music, download stores, and CD.


Get your music remastered now and give your old recordings the best audio quality possible. My remastering service saves you time and hassle. Plus, your music will be upgraded to current sound standards so it can compete with other music in today's market.


If you're ready to take your audio to the next level, contact me today to get started on your remastering project. Let me help you make your music sound its best and stand out in today's market.

remastered vs original Music samples


Remastering Audio:

How to remaster your Song to get a better sound? Do you think your old mixed and mastered songs could sound better?


Your old Audio gets Re-Mastered using top-notch Music remastering software and Plugins. I will enhance the audio quality to get the best results out of your old recordings from the 70s, 80s or 90s to optimize the Music for the future.

+ Loudness Optimization, Adjusting Tonal Balance, Adding punch and sparkle to previous audio material.

- Wipe out unwanted distorted frequencies, background noise and clicks and crackles.


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How to remaster a Song?

Here you get an explanation for the phrase remastered Music. Learn what it means to remaster a song.


  1. Audio Remastering (also Music Re-Mastered, digitally remastered and digital remastering) is about restoration and cleaning up poor quality audio and improving the existing character of a Song or Album by processing a new Mastering chain to reach new sound quality standards.
  2. Fine-tune the Material: If a previously created Song is remastered, the sound quality, loudness, and dynamic range will be enhanced by editing with a Compressor, Multiband Compressor or Limiter. To Rearrange and correct the frequency spectrum, a Dynamic Equalizer or Mastering EQ is used to optimize the low-end of a track and bring shine to the transients in the highs. By doing Pan Correction, the Stereo Image of a Track sounds wide and clearer but not out of phase.
  3. Restoration: A part of the remastering process is Audio restoration; in this step, the Audio File gets edited by Noise reduction, Click and Pop removal and erase of short Drop Outs.
  4. Sound Recording Medium for remastered Music: The Remastered Version of a Song can be made out of old Vinyl, Tape, or CD, by transferring the record to an audio computer.


Why use Audio Remastering ?

Remastering Music can be an option for artists and record labels to get an optimized version for CD or streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Tidal, and download shops like Beatport, Itunes, Amazon, or Bandcamp.


Remastering is used to optimize the sound quality to current standards. We tend to have loud but very dynamic mastered versions. In addition, the noise produced during the recording process can be filtered out. These include:


  1. Clicks
  2. Crackles
  3. Background noise
  4. Hiss
  5. Hum


remastered vs original

Please consider if your old recordings lack sound quality compared to newly released Music. Remastering is not about the maximum loudness; it's more about enhancing your old recording process with new mastering techniques.


If you think we can reach a better sound quality for your Album from the past, book my service now.


Remastering Problems

Remastering problems can occur when your recordings have very strong distortions. These distorted sounds, also called clipping, are hard to fix. In this case audio information has been deleted or has become unusable due to too hot recording levels / overcompression. Imagine an artist has painted a picture and a part of the picture is missing now. That's exactly what happened to your piece of music, then it's almost impossible to restore acceptable quality. 


Exactly the same is valid for very bad mp3 quality, also then information is lost and cannot be simply restored. More about this in the next section. 


If you are unsure about your song, better send me a message before ordering.



Remastering MP3: what data compression does with mp3

Remastering MP3 is not the best option because it is a lossy file format. That means some vital sound pieces and information are already missing.


If you don't have another file format, I can remaster your mp3s. But please ensure you don't have a lossless sound recording on your Hard Drive. I can reach much better results while remastering your Music if you can send a 16, 24 or 32 Bit Wav file or other lossless sound file formats. 


  • In a 64 kbps MP3, a sound format that is used when playing Youtube videos at a 240p resolution, the cut for high frequencies is at 11khz
  • If you have a 92 kbps MP3, the frequencies of songs have a high cut at about 15.000hz; everything above it is missing or very distorted.
  • If you have a 128 kbps MP3, everything above 16.000hz is missing (Used for Spotify Free Plan or Soundcloud), and lossy sound in between 10.000 hz and 16.000hz
  • 192 kbps MP3. Everything above 18000 Hz is removed (High-resolution Youtube Videos)
  • 256 kbps Mp3 - the Audio is cut at about 19 kHz, and from 16000 hz, the quality is significantly reduced
  • 320 kbps MP3 everything above 19,5 kHz is removed, and you have a bit of lost Audio from 16000 Hz



Remaster vs. Remake

Here you get the explanation between remaster vs. remake. Learn what's the difference:


- A Audio remaster is the optimization of an existing original Song by tuning the Audio quality with new Audio Mastering techniques.  

-A Remake is something completely different. It's a new composition of an Original Song by adding instruments and drums or recording unique vocals by another singer.


How to transfer lossless audio from a CD ?

Before starting the remastering process, you have to convert your CD(Compact Disc) to a lossless audio file. It's impossible to transfer a .cda file (the file you see if you open an audio CD on a computer or laptop) from a CD just with a mouse click.


You must download software like Exact Audio (EAC), a so-called audio grabber. After the installation, it's possible to rip data from your audio CDs and transfer the sound files uncompressed as a .wav file. You don't have to pay for the program, it's free to download!

Vinyl remastering

How to convert Vinyl to a digital format ?

If you plan to remaster audio files from old Vinyl recordings, you have to digitize your songs. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to reach that target.

  1. First, you need an excellent record player and clean vinyl to digitize the audio files. Nowadays, in the turntables, mostly good Quality preamps are already installed.
  2. Using the cinch cable and jack, you can use an audio input from your computer to access the digital Audio material.
  3. Instead of your poor standard build-in sound card, you should use a professional audio interface to record the vinyl. These sound playback and recording interfaces are one of the most essential tools of professional musicians.
  4. However, other record players have even installed USB interfaces to directly record the Music. These can then be converted directly into various audio formats such as mp3 wav AIFF or FLAC
  5. Do you prefer the first variant to record over turntables and cables? You still need software to control the sound recording or editing. If you are a music producer, you can use almost any DAW like Cubase, Protools, Logic, FL Studio, Reaper, Ableton, and many more. Some programs, such as Pure Vinyl and Vinyl Studio, specialize in vinyl recordings. The cheapest option would be to use good old Audacity or Reaper.
  6. After recording, the individual songs must be separated and converted into a lossless format like AIFF, wav, or FLAC. *** don't convert your Audio to mp3s because you lose sound quality. 
  7. If you are not satisfied with the digitized recording? Then comes into play. Did you have scratch, rush, crackle, noise, or buzz problems? We can help you optimize your recorded songs so that the sound quality continues to increase. We can make the best of terrible acoustical errors and save your vinyl recording!


Audio Restoration Software

Audio Restoration Software I recommend for for sound improvement in some remastering projects