SAN FRANCISCO — At the 133rd AES Convention in San Francisco later this month, Cedar (www.cedaraudio.com) 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.