Definition of remaster
: to create a new master of especially by altering or enhancing the sound quality of an older recording
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Upcoming in August is a CD reissue of their landmark 1990 release The Word as Law (remastered by Bob Weston), and it’s a treat to spin them back to back and hear how far Neurosis have come while still remaining utterly themselves.
This is the opening of Cheryl Dunye’s ambitious first film, 1996’s The Watermelon Woman, which has recently been remastered for the 20th anniversary of its U.S. release.
The recordings have been remastered for the July 21 street date, many from the original master tapes, some of which had to be baked to restore them.
Microsoft’s releasing Age of Empires Definitive Edition for the classic game’s 20th anniversary, complete with 4K textures, modern gameplay tweaks, full Xbox Live multiplayer support, remastered audio, and new zoom levels.
Art as remastering is an interesting proposition, especially in its technological language.
Reed’s gearheadedness is described wonderfully in a book that Anderson, Fleming, and Stern put together to accompany the huge of Reed’s RCA and Arista solo albums, remastered by Reed, Hal Willner, and Rob Santos, in the final months of Reed’s life.
Along the way, Reed occasionally set aside but invariably returned to his hallowed lineup of two guitars, bass and drums, rethinking them every time — and, decades later, remastering them for more space and bite.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare standalone was $59.99, thus charging $39.99 for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered standalone, if your goal is to own both games, is in fact a $20 price hike.
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Definition of remaster for English Language Learners
: to make a new copy of (a recording or film) with the sound or image improved
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