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Sonic Studio releases Broadband DeNoise

updated 01:35 pm EST, Fri December 15, 2006

Broadband DeNoise released

Sonic Studio today released Broadband DeNoise, the first member of the NoNOISE II native suite of restoration tools for Mac OS X. Broadband DeNoise was the first member of the NoNOISE family of restoration tools to see use in a commercial motion picture release in 1984, according to the company, and is now the second member of the suite to run natively on Mac OS. Sonic Studio claims that Broadband DeNoise native is the highest fidelity native application for wideband noise removal in post production, employing its 'noise fingerprint' technology to aggressively suppress noise in an imperfect recording without altering the room tone or contaminating the result with artifacts (pricing and system requirements were unavailable).

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