06.08.2008 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Prism Sound, Cedar Audio sign license agreement

Following its acquisition of the business and intellectual property rights of SADiE, Prism Sound has signed a license agreement with Cedar Audio that enables it to restart sales of Cedar for SADiE processes. Cedar for SADiE is a complete suite of processes optimized for cleaning audio in areas such as multitrack remastering, surround, post and film soundtrack restoration. Originally introduced in 1996, the software now incorporates five processes — Declick, Decrackle, Denoise, Dethump and Retouch V3.

Capable of processing up to 64 channels simultaneously, Cedar for SADiE processes offer huge benefits for users working with multichannel material. Users can simply select the tracks that they want to process, and restoration is performed on all of them, many times faster than real time and with no compromises in the quality of processing and the final output.

For more information, visit www.cedar-audio.com/products/oem/oem.html and www.prismsound.com.

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