THE Beatles' entire back catalogue will soon be available for download - but only when each track has been digitally remastered to perfection. The Fab Four are one of the few acts to have resisted making their work available on Apple Computer's iTunes Music Store up to now. They were similarly the last stars to release their catalogue onto compact disc. But the boss of their record label Apple Corps, Neil Aspinall, revealed the development in London's High Court, where the company is currently battling Apple Computer over its logo. He said, "We're remastering the whole Beatles catalogue, just to make it sound brighter and better and getting proper booklets to go with each of the packages. "I think it would be wrong to offer downloads of the old masters when I am making new masters. "It would be better to wait and try to do them both simultaneously so that you then get the publicity of the new masters and the downloading, rather than just doing it ad hoc."