postPerspective hails CEDAR Studio 7 and DNS One as 'miraculous'
28 August 2015
USA: Robin Shore, a founding member and co-owner of New York -based audio post house Silver Sound Studios, has reviewed CEDAR Studio 7 in Randi Altman's postPerspective.
He wrote, "The DNS One and 'De-' plug-ins all do exactly what their names imply, often with stunning results. Perhaps my favourite part of DNS One is the 'Learn' button, which will analyze incoming audio and automatically adjust the plug-in's settings on the fly. I am usually distrustful of this sort of thing in other plug-ins, but the folks at CEDAR seem to have gotten it right. While dialling in settings by hand is quick and easy thanks to the well-designed interface, it is rarely even necessary, as the Learn function seems to put things right on the money nearly every time. Not only does this make finding the right settings incredibly easy, it allows the plug-in to be useful in otherwise difficult situations where the character of the background noise changes across time."
He went on to say that, "The past few years have seen some great de-noise offerings from other companies, but none of them work nearly as well as this one", and concluded that, "CEDAR Studio 7 is an amazing product capable of producing some truly miraculous results on damaged audio."
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