At the 133rd AES Convention, we will be showing the latest developments in noise suppression, audio restoration and speech enhancement for post, broadcast, mastering, archives and forensic audio investigation.
Appearing in the USA for the first time, the DNS 8 Live multi-channel dialogue noise suppressor will take pride of place. This boasts a simplified '2-knob' approach as well as a detailed editing mode that offers more control than any previous dialogue noise suppressor. Nonetheless, it retains near-zero latency and, with its 12VDC input, it's suitable for use in all live situations - not just broadcasting, but live sound in venues such as theatres, concert halls, conferences venues, and places of worship. With the DNS 8 RC remote control software due for release later in the year, the DNS will no longer be tied to a DAW - it's the DNS for everyone.
Alongside this, we will be demonstrating the latest CEDAR Cambridge V8 system, the DNS1500 and DNS3000 dialogue noise suppressors, and the CEDAR Studio suite of plug-ins.
133rd AES Convention
26 - 29 October 2012
Web: The Audio Engineering Society
43 Deerfield Road, Maine 04101-1805, USA
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CEDAR Audio Ltd
20 Home End, Fulbourn, Cambridge CB21 5BS, UK
t: +44 1223 881771 · e: firstname.lastname@example.org