We also provide services for re-mastering and restoration. 


Often old recordings lack definition and loudness, as the recording analogue devices and processors weren’t in tune with the characteristics wanted. Thanks to the new technologies we can achieve a greater spectrum of sound. 


Remastering is the process of making a new master for an album, film, or any other creation. It tends to refer to the process of porting a recording from an analogue medium to a digital one, but this is not always the case.

For example, a vinyl LP – originally pressed from a worn-out pressing master many tape generations removed from the “original” master recording – could be remastered and re-pressed from a better-condition tape. All CDs created from analogue sources are technically digitally remastered.


The process of creating a digital transfer of an analogue tape remasters the material in the digital domain, even if no equalization, compression, or other processing is done to the material. Ideally, because of their higher resolution, a CD or DVD (or even higher quality like high-resolution audio or hi-def video) release should come from the best source possible, with the most care taken during its transfer.


Additionally, the earliest days of the CD era found digital technology in its infancy, which sometimes resulted in poor-sounding digital transfers. The early DVD era was not much different, with copies of films frequently being produced from worn prints, with low bitrates and muffled audio


From any medium you have( old acetates, vinyl, tapes, etc..)

To any new medium such as lossless,wav, mp3