CEDAR releases Dehiss for Soundscape SSHRD1 and R.Ed
15 February 2000
Further to the release of Declick for Soundscape in June 1999, CEDAR Audio is pleased to announce the launch of DeHiss for Soundscape. This is based on CEDAR's Auto-dehiss technology, and is therefore a descendent of the award-winning DH-1, DH-2 and DHX rackmount dehissers. It has been designed to address a wide range of broadband noise problems, but remains incredibly simple and intuitive in use. And, as with all CEDAR processes, the algorithms in DeHiss for Soundscape differentiate between the noise and the genuine signal, allowing transparent restoration of damaged material.
Gordon Reid, CEDAR's Managing Director, says of the new process. "For many months the development of DeHiss for Soundscape has been one of the industry's worst-kept secrets, so I am delighted to be able to announce it officially. I'm also pleased to be able to confirm that it's a great product, with a slick user-interface that integrates seamlessly with Soundscape's workstations. And, of course, the audio results can be superb."
DeHiss for Soundscape is immediately available from Soundscape and its worldwide distributors as well as CEDAR's existing dealer network.
For further information:
CEDAR Audio Limited, 9 Clifton Court, Cambridge, CB1 7BN, United Kingdom.
t: +44 1223 414117
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