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CEDAR Studio 8 “now more affordable than ever”

Posted on: Tuesday 31st of July 2018

cedar_studio_8_resolutionThe latest incarnation of the multiple award-winning CEDAR Studio suite of plug-ins is “now more affordable than ever before”. The new release improves existing capabilities, adds modules and extends the suite’s compatibility with a wider range of plug-in formats. CEDAR Studio 8 is supplied as a range of AAX, VST 2, VST 3 and AU plug-ins (as well as a standalone version of Retouch). Each CEDAR Studio 8 process is derived from the CEDAR Cambridge flagship processor.

There are four bundles available. CEDAR Studio 8 DNS – including DNS One and DNS Two, for dialogue noise suppression requirements. CEDAR Studio 8 Restore – Declick, Decrackle, Manual Declick (Pro Tools only), Dethump (Pro Tools only), Auto Dehiss, Debuzz, Declip 2 and the Adaptive Limiter. CEDAR Studio 8 Retouch – the original spectral editor. CEDAR Studio 8 Complete – incorporating all eleven processes from the three CEDAR Studio 8 packages.

If you licensed CEDAR Studio 7 DNS One, or Studio 7 Complete, on or after 1 April 2018 you are eligible for a free upgrade to CEDAR Studio 8 DNS. CEDAR say customers with older installations will be able to take advantage of some good upgrade prices.
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