SoundREC becomes the first DNS2000 equipped studio in Argentina

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6 February 2006

SoundREC (Buenos Aires) have become the first studio in Argentina to install a CEDAR DNS2000 dialogue noise suppressor. The company offers services including stereo and 5.1 recording and mixing for CD and DVD, film soundtrack final mixing encoded in Dolby Digital and Dolby SR, and sound mixing and Dolby encoding for advertising. It has customers throughout Argentina and other Latin American countries, including Colombia and the Dominican Republic.

Regarding their purchase of the DNS2000, Mr Alberto Tarantini of SoundREC explains, "Very often, the quality of the dialogue tracks we deal with required equalisation efforts that represented a sort of a restoration process. We wanted to be a centre of excellence in mixing services, but we felt we were missing a tool that allowed us to create crystal-clear dialogue tracks from somewhat sub-optimal dialogue recordings. This is where the CEDAR DNS2000 comes into the scene: It is an incredibly powerful tool that integrates seamlessly with our Pro Tools platforms and enhances our services capabilities by an order of magnitude. It is capable of performing corrections we simply were not able to do until now."

The DNS2000 is a fully automated implementation of CEDAR Audio's DNS technology designed specifically for Pro Tools users. Connected to Pro Tools using a USB cable, Pro Tools provides the control and automation for the process, while the DNS2000 rackmount processor provides the DSP power and the 24-bit I/O for the system. The DNS2000 is ideal for eliminating traffic noise, aircraft, air conditioning, wind, rain, tape hiss, and general background from recordings and live transmissions.

For further information:

SoundREC, Serrano 194, Buenos Aires, Argentina
t: +54 11 4855 5049
w: www.soundrec.com

CEDAR Audio Limited, 20 Home End, Fulbourn, Cambridge, CB21 5BS, United Kingdom.
t: +44 1223 881771
f: +44 1223 881778
e: info@cedaraudio.com