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Cedar unveils Cambridge training facilities

Murray Stassen 15 May 2014
Cedar unveils Cambridge training facilities

Cedar has installed a state-of-the-art training facility at its Cambridge headquarters in the UK, which is equipped with three fully expanded Cedar Cambridge processing systems and can be used to train up to four students at a time.

Students can take advantage of hands-on product training that will equip them to tackle audio restoration for remastering, archives and libraries, problem solving in post and broadcast, and forensic casework.

Senior trainer for Cedar’s forensic division Alan French, says: “We use the room for training customers and to keep our dealers up to date so that they are better able to support their own customers. We have had very positive feedback from both.

“What’s more, training isn’t confined to our Cedar Cambridge systems, and we can install other products – such as our DNS noise suppressors and systems supporting Cedar Studio 6 – at a moment’s notice when requested.”

All training courses are certificated and run for 1-3 days depending on the level of training required. Initial Cedar Cambridge courses are free of additional charge with the purchase of a Cedar Cambridge system, and advanced courses are also available.

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