With both manual- and auto- declicking capabilities, CEDAR for Pyramix 64 performs at high speed without sacrificing CEDAR quality, and addresses the widest possible range of scratch and click removal problems.
Auto declick (which now offers a threshold control for greater flexibility) incorporates a better impulsive noise detection and a better interpolator than any previous declicker available for Pyramix. This results in superior performance across a wider range of material than ever before. Indeed, this performance is so good that, in most cases, it's not possible to hear that the signal was damaged prior to restoration.
Based upon the technology that underpinned the renowned CEDAR CR-1, Auto decrackle boasts a remarkable ability to dig into a damaged signal to identify and remove all manner of ground-in and grungy crackle without damaging the wanted audio. It also removes some forms of buzz and some amplitude distortions from material ranging from cylinder recordings to current broadcasts contaminated with lighting buzz.
Now offering a threshold control for greater flexibility, it's amazingly simple to operate and as applicable to film soundtrack restoration, audio forensics and broadcast as it is to traditional audio restoration jobs such as CD and DVD remastering.