Broadband DeNoise was the first member of the NoNOISE family of restoration tools to be used on a commercial motion picture release in 1984 and is now the second member of the suite to run natively on Mac OS.
Hereâ€™s how Sonic Studio tell it in their own words:
'Broadband DeNoise native is the highest fidelity native application for wideband noise removal in post production. Employing the â€œnoise fingerprintâ€� method copied by countless competitors, Broadband DeNoise native can aggressively suppress noise in an imperfect recording without altering the room tone or contaminating the result with artifacts. Its easy graphical interface affords quick work of routine restoration tasks while its extended precision processing and tight integration with Sonic Studioâ€™s soundBlade production platform means fidelity is never compromised.
Having already received an Emmy Award for outstanding technical achievement by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, NoNOISE was recently inducted into the 2006 TECnology Hall of Fame. Recognized by the Mix Foundation for Excellence in Audio â€œâ€¦for its use in restoring tens of thousands of recordings, forensic tracks, movie and TV soundtracks around the world,â€œ the technology has evolved from its origins on the protean SoundDroid system to its current status as a modern member of the NoNOISE II native and accelerated restoration suites from Sonic Studio.
Combining Sonic Studioâ€™s benchmark restoration and editorial knowâ€“how with an affordable, scalable platform, Broadband DeNoise native for soundBlade is available now through Sonic Studioâ€™s international network of distributors and channel partners who share the companyâ€™s commitment to quality and service.'
Pricing and Availability:
Broadband DeNoise native for soundBlade carries an MSRP of $1295.