CEDAR Audio releases Cambridge V10

The newest iteration of the company’s audio restoration system comes with three new modules and additional versatility
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New FNR module in CEDAR Audio's Cambridge V10

CEDAR Audio have released Cambridge V10, available immediately, which comes with three new processing modules and a host of additional features.

The first of the new modules is FNR (pictured). An entirely new process, FNR is an automated noise reduction system for speech designed for audio with very poor signal/noise ratios in mind.

Cambridge V10 also includes Retouch 7, a spectral editor made popular when launched on CEDAR Studio 7 and CEDAR for Pyramix in 2015.

The final module is the DNS One with Learn process for noise suppression with instant results. The Learn capability adapts to changes in the background so that the process can be left to suppress the noise while users deal with other tasks.

Other new features include a robust new history trail. In addition to being able to step backward and forward, Cambridge V10 not only saves the current state of the audio but also the complete Undo/Redo stack so that you can later reload the session and step back all the way to the first time that the audio was loaded should you need to do so.

Finally, Cambridge V10 allows users to load videos to run alongside audio files, which will benefit post-production engineers who need to process high-resolution audio, but only require a low-resolution reference video.



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