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New DirectX Audio Restoration Plug-Ins from Acon

Acon Digital Media announced the public release of Studio Clean, a collection of plug-ins for noise reduction and quality enhancements that easily integrates with software supporting DirectX plug-ins...

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Acon Digital Media announced the public release of Studio Clean, a collection of plug-ins for noise reduction and quality enhancements that easily integrates with software supporting DirectX plug-ins.

It consists of the following plug-ins:

  • StudioDenoiser is a plug-in for broadband noise reduction that takes the perceptual properties of the human hearing into account to reduce artifacts.
  • StudioDeclicker contains two different algorithms. The actual click filter algorithm eliminates larger clicks and pops in the recording, while the crackle filter algorithm eliminates very frequent, but short clicks.
  • StudioDeclipper restores recordings that suffer from analog or digital clipping.
  • StudioRebirth adds synthesized high frequency harmonics to give life to old and dull sounding recordings.

The plug-ins support multi-channel audio up to eight channels, including 5.1 and 7.1 surround formats. Both PCM formats (up to 32 bit resolution) and floating point (IEEE 32 bit) formats are supported.

Price and Availability

Studio Clean is available for $69.00 (USD) via electronic delivery. A demonstration version is available online as well.

For more information, visit their web site at www.acondigital.com

By our press release coordinator Monday March 28, 2005
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