CEDAR Cambridge V8 and Retouch 5 have been nominated for TEC Awards in 2012 in the categories Workstation Technology and Signal Processing Technology (Software).
"We are delighted to receive two nominations this year," says CEDAR's Managing Director, Gordon Reid, "and I would like to thank the foundation and the nominating committee for recognising our work. We are very proud of CEDAR Cambridge V8 and its processes - not just Retouch 5, but others such as Respeed™ and Reshape™, as well as the underlying architecture that makes the system so productive, and we genuinely believe that it has extended the boundaries of the possible in the field of audio restoration and noise suppression."
This is not the first time that CEDAR Cambridge has been recognised by the TEC Foundation. The system was nominated upon its release in 2003 and again in 2011. Between these years, in 2008, the CEDAR System - evolving from the original DOS-based products through CEDAR for Windows to CEDAR Cambridge - was inducted into the Audio TECnology Hall Of Fame.
Retouch was recognised by the TEC committee in 2003, and in 2010 it was chosen as one of The Products Of The Decade, alongside world-changing products such as the Apple iPod and iTunes.
About the TEC Awards
The TEC Awards were established in 1985 to honour outstanding achievement in professional audio production and product innovation. Nominations are made by a panel of approximately 200 audio industry veterans working in a variety of fields, and winners are determined by members of professional audio and sound production organisations. Voting will take place between 1 - 30 November 2012 and the awards ceremony will be held on 25 January 2013 at the NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA, USA.
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