Sonnox Introduce Restoration Suite

Sonnox Restore is a suite of three plug-ins: Oxford DeBuzzer, Oxford DeClicker and Oxford DeNoiser      09/10/09
Sonnox Introduce Restoration Suite


Sonnox Ltd tell us that they are introducing a revolutionary suite of audio restoration plug-ins at the 127th AES Convention today at NY's Javits Center. They say that Sonnox Restore is a suite of three innovative plug-ins: Oxford DeBuzzer, Oxford DeClicker and Oxford DeNoiser, designed to accurately restore impaired audio recordings.
Here's what Sonnox have to say...
Developed over an exhaustive 18-month R&D program, the Sonnox Restore suite represents a quantum leap beyond previous restoration plug-in technology. Its advanced algorithms allow fast and extremely effective removal of pops, clicks, crackles, scratches, hum, buzzes and extraneous background noise from virtually any recording. All three plug-ins provide detailed graphical feedback, and include novel features new to the restoration field.
"Sonnox Restore represents a genuine milestone for our company." states Managing Director, Rod Densham. "As with all our products, emphasis on audio quality has been paramount throughout the design phase, and an additional focus has been speed and ease of use, which should be particularly beneficial in saving time for our post-production customers."
Pricing and Availability:
The Sonnox Restore Suite will be available in the fall of 2009, and will be compatible with Pro Tools (RTAS), Audio Units and VST platforms. More information:
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