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AES 2012: Cedar to highlight signal processors

October 5, 2012
AES 2012: Cedar to highlight signal processors
SAN FRANCISCO — At the 133rd AES Convention in San Francisco later this month, Cedar ( will show its latest developments in noise suppression, audio restoration and speech enhancement for post, broadcast, mastering, archives and forensic audio investigation.

The DNS 8 Live multi-channel dialogue noise suppressor makes its US debut at the show. The unit takes a simplified two-knob approach, and also features a detailed editing mode that offers increased control compared to previous dialogue noise suppressor. The DNS 8 features near-zero latency and, with its 12V DC input, is suitable for both broadcast and live applications. DNS 8 RC remote control software is due for release later in the year, allowing the unit to work without ties to a DAW.

The company will also demonstrating the latest Cedar Cambridge V8 system, the DNS1500 and DNS3000 dialogue noise suppressors, and the Cedar Studio suite of plug-ins.