Audio Remastering

Remastering Music and restoration service - Old audio Re-Mastered by enhancing the quality

Remastering Audio

This mastering product includes restoration and remastering of old audio tracks. We use top notch Mastering techniques and can improve your audio quality for new loudness target standards. Let us know if we should specialize your Mastering for Streaming, Download, CDs, Vinyl, Video or Tape.


(about £34,50 GBP / $46,50 USD per Song)

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38,99 €

  • Available
  • Receive your mixed or mastered File within 1-3 days

FAQ: What is Remastering for Audio?

Remastering Audio for Tape Recordings
Vinyl Recordings Re-Mastered
Remastered Music - Audio Remastering for CD (Compact Disc)

What does remastered mean?

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.


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 get's increased to sound wider and more clear.


3. Restoration: A part of the remastering process is Audio restoration, in this step the Audio File get's edited by doing Noise reduction, Click and Pop removal and erase short Drop Outs.


4. Sound Recording Medium for remastered Music: The Remastered Version of a Song can be made out of a Vinyl, Tape or CD, by transferring the record to a audio computer.

Remaster vs. Remake

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

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