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tr.v. re·mas·tered, re·mas·ter·ing, re·mas·ters
To master again, especially to produce a new master recording of (an old recording) in order to improve the sound quality.
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(Electronics) (tr) to make a new master audio recording, now usually digital, from (an earlier recording), to produce (compact discs or stereo records) with improved sound reproduction
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Past participle: remastered
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remaster[ˌriːˈmɑːstər] vt [+ film, recording] → remasteriser, remastériser
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vt recording → remastern
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