CEDAR DNS One: "the cost is not high, the time gained is priceless"
7 July 2010
The DNS One now plays an integral part in the high-pressure, fast-turnaround production of soap operas in Germany. Sebastian Penno of Music Audio Recording Concepts (MARC) in Köln had this to say of CEDAR's latest product:
"We have to deal with the problems of general noise and background noise on daily series and soap operas, and with tight schedules and unfavourable production conditions it is even more important. Therefore, more than ever before, we need the right tools to suppress the noise. After a demonstration and tests of CEDAR's DNS One it quickly became clear that it was the right tool for the job. The combination of real-time processing, zero latency and no artefacts is something that no other plug-in can offer, and the results are beyond comparison; I have never worked with such an effective and good-sounding noise suppressor. Most importantly, it reliably removes the ever-present sources of interference such as lamps and electrical appliances. Although the cost is not high, the time gained is priceless, and when you're looking at what it can achieve, you're only limited by your own imagination."
Music Audio Recording Concepts works in the fields of music, radio and TV. Recent TV series produced at MARC, including Der Trödeltrupp, Job im Paradies, and Mitten im Leben, have been broadcast on RTL, ZDF, NDR and ProSieben.
For further information:
Sebastian Penno, Music Audio Recording Concepts