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Version 8 of Pyramix 64 gets smart

Version 8 of Pyramix 64 gets smart

Version 8 of Pyramix 64 gets smart

CEDAR Audio introduces Version 8 of Pyramix 64

Version 8 of Pyramix 64 has been introduced by CEDAR Audio which, in addition to a number of other improvements, brings the benefits of machine learning and AI to the platform. These are put to work in CEDAR’s spectral editing. In the past, users would remove unwanted sounds in a track by identifying each event individually and then defining it manually. Now, with v8, users can mark one of the offending sounds and then ask the machine learning algorithm in Retouch 8 to find all of the other instances within the recording. They can then be eliminated individually or as a group using the appropriate Retouch tool.

In addition to this, the AI in the new Repair tool can reportedly identify, suppress or reveal sounds while leaving the background in a marked region untouched. CEDAR says that unlike other spectral editing tools, only the significant signal within the region is processed – all low-level signals as well as the ambience are left unaffected.



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