Digital audio workstation developer Merging Technologies and audio restoration software developer CEDAR Audio have reached an agreement concerning the use of select patented CEDAR technologies and the development of a 64-bit version of CEDAR audio restoration tools for Merging’s Pyramix platform.
According to a release, the agreement allows Merging to use technology covered in patents that allow for the “displaying and editing audio content in a spectrogram, which can provide audio engineers with a means to find problems such as noise and other artefacts in recordings and remove them without affecting the wanted audio.”
The big takeaway is, however, news on a 64-bit package of CEDAR’s audio restoration tools for the Pyramix DAW platform.
CEDAR Managing Director Gordon Reid said, “We are aware that Pyramix users have been clamoring for 64-bit audio restoration processes … and while we could have updated the existing software, we all agreed that this would be an excellent opportunity to replace the original CEDAR for Pyramix with the latest algorithms and user interfaces so that Pyramix can again boast state-of-the-art restoration facilities.”
NAB Show Booth: CEDAR Audio — C3039, Merging Technologies — CC3239
Info: www.cedaraudio.com, www.merging.com