Cambridge, UK (January 12, 2016)—CEDAR Audio’s latest—the tenth version of the Cambridge Audio Restoration and Forensics System—is now shipping. New features include FNR, Retouch 7, DNS One with Learn, and more.
CEDAR’s trademarked FNR is a new process—an automated noise reduction system for speech, designed for audio with very poor signal/noise ratios thus intended for audio forensic and security clients, as well as post and broadcast applications.
Originally included in CEDAR Studio 7 and CEDAR for Pyramix, Retouch 7 is now available on CEDAR Cambridge featuring its Cleanse and History processes. Likewise, DNS One with Learn is now included in Cambridge V10, an instantaneous noise suppression program with Learn functionality; it is reportedly able to obtain results at the press of a button, adapting to changes in the background so that the process can be left to suppress noise while users deal with other tasks.
Other new features include History Sessions, which not only saves the current state of audio but also its complete Undo/Redo stack, video file attachment, and other small improvements such as extended hot keys, batch processor upgrades, and improved layouts.