March 30, 2007


Manual Declick allows users to identify and remove impulsive noises and is suitable for restoring optical soundtracks. Dethump removes the unwanted low frequency energy bursts that are generated by damaged discs, optical soundtracks, and on modern recordings when microphones and stands are bumped.

Retouch was originally developed in 2002 for workstations such as SADiE, Pyramix and Pro Tools. The tool allowed users to eliminate unwanted sounds that could not be removed using conventional audio techniques. The process was later updated to offer a wider range of time/frequency editing (TFE) capabilities. Now, Retouch 4 offers unlimited file lengths, improved transport capabilities, time markers, and improvements such as a clearer, more configurable spectrogram display and the ability to mark and process complex shapes.

Cambridge V.4 is immediately available and is fully compatible with all existing CEDAR Cambridge hardware: CEDAR Cambridge, Cambridge ‘Q’ (dual processor) and Cambridge ‘Q’ (quad processor). The core improvements are free for all existing owners.