CEDAR will be showing off its new DNS 8 Live, which makes it possible for broadcasters to suppress ambient noise instantly and easily to produce clean, multi-channel programming, whether recorded or transmitted live to air. The latest CEDAR DNS algorithms also help make live events cleaner and clearer than before.
The firm will also be displaying the DNS3000 dialogue noise suppressor on its Hall 8, 8.C98 stand. The DNS3000 and DNS1500 are multiple award winners and have become a worldwide standard for background noise suppression in film and TV post, as well as in live broadcast environments such as newsrooms and on sports channels.
Alongside these, they will be demonstrating the CEDAR Studio suite for Pro Tools. Derived from their flagship CEDAR Cambridge system, the CEDAR Studio suite includes the award-winning DNS One plug-in as well as the Adaptive Limiter and the powerful Debuzz and Declip processes, which eliminate all manner of problems from studio, soundstage and location recordings.
Finally, the CEDAR Cambridge system will also be on display. The system is a 64-bit, high-resolution processing platform that offers more than thirty processes for removing almost any form of noise, from simple background noise, to recording artefacts, to the noises encountered when transferring optical soundtracks to modern media.
Completely modular, fully automated (when desired) and with its own timecode reader/generator, it can process many times faster than real-time and, with the optional Server Pack installed, can support multiple users simultaneously. Version 8 is a significant step forward and now supports video playback, allowing you to view the visual content of up to eight A/V files simultaneously while analysing and processing the audio contained within them.
CEDAR Audio will be displaying these and more at IBC Amsterdam, 13-17 September in Hall 8, stand 8.C98