Cambridge, UK (August 24, 2012)—CEDAR has introduced a new version of its DNS dialogue noise suppressor: the DNS 8, designed specifically for live use.
The original DNS was designed for off-line studio use in post-production, but was often adopted for use in live-to-air situations and live sound as well. With that in mind, CEDAR’s DNS 8 is aimed more specifically at those uses, providing eight simultaneous channels of dialogue noise suppression and a new DNS algorithm boasting a simplified ‘2-knob’ approach as well as a detailed editing mode that is said to offer more control than the previous edition.
The DNS 8 reportedly retains the same near-zero latency of its predecessors, has a new standard 4-pin 12VDC power input, and will soon be able to respond to a web-based remote control interface via DNS 8 RC software due for release later in the year, which will allow it to work with almost any web browser.
CEDAR Audio Ltd.