The CEDAR DNS1000 was designed and developed specifically for audio engineers working in post and dubbing to remove background noise from recorded and live dialog. In the words of Scarlett Johansson, the host of the ©AMPAS® Scientific and Technical Awards on February 12, 2005, “The DNS1000 can be found on virtually all dubbing stages worldwide, and has become the tool of choice for removing unwanted noise by re-recording mixers everywhere.”
Upon receiving their awards from Johansson, Dave Betts and Christopher Hicks thanked the Academy, Fraser Jones of CEDAR Audio USA, Dave Dysart of HHB Communications (Canada) and all the directors and staff of CEDAR Audio Ltd. who had made the development of the DNS1000 possible and the product such a success.
CEDAR’s managing director, Gordon Reid, said that, “We are absolutely delighted for Christopher and Dave. There is no greater honor in this industry than an Academy Award, and to have their work recognized in this fashion is a source of great pride for everyone at CEDAR Audio.”
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