Cambridge, U.K. (July 27, 2007)--Several months after announcing the upgrade that made Cedar Audio's DNS2000 dialogue noise suppressor compatible with Pro Tools on the latest Intel-based Macs, the company has made the PC version available. The DNS2000 rackmount processor itself is completely generic, so users can connect it to a PC on one day, and to a Mac on the next, as they choose. This makes it extremely flexible and fully transportable between jobs and installations.
The new software also integrates with all Digidesign's control surfaces such as the D-Command and ICON systems, whether used with the PC or Mac.
The new Remote Control Software (RCS) is clear and easy to use, and is capable of supporting and controlling up to 128 DNS2000 hardware units for the largest multitrack and post applications.
PC compatibility has been achieved without changing the hardware, so all existing users can take advantage of this upgrade. Simply log on to Cedar's website and follow the links to the DNS2000 pages to access the latest RCS and firmware downloads. The upgrade is free of charge.