CEDAR Audio showed the latest version of its Cambridge multichannel, real-time and offline workstation at the recently completed NAB 2007 show. Version 4 has the new Cambridge ‘Q’ multiprocessor host and offers a full range of audio restoration processes, as well as CEDAR’s adaptive filtering systems, EQs and dynamics packages. The Cambridge system offers simultaneous and fully automated multichannel 24-bit/96kHz processing using multiple packages.
Version 4 also includes CEDAR’s latest offline processes, manual de-click, de- thump and Retouch 4.
CEDAR also showed its DNS2000 Version 3 software, which makes the DNS2000 dialog noise suppressor compatible with all the latest versions of Macintosh host computers, Mac OS X and Pro Tools, as well as improving compatibility with Digidesign’s hardware controllers, including the ICON and D-Command.
For more information, visit www.cedar-audio.com.