Libraries & Archives

There are small sound libraries and huge national archives, but they all have at least one requirement in common - the need to create clean user copies of the sounds held on aged and decaying media. CEDAR Cambridge is a scalable system that provides all of the tools necessary for libraries and archives to handle their audio. These include digitisation, metadata generation, single- and multi-user processing, file distribution and report generation. Furthermore, the latest CEDAR systems can be integrated with modern media asset management (MAM) systems so that restoration can be automated.

With phenomenal throughput speeds, CEDAR Cambridge is not only the most effective audio restoration system, it's also the most productive, and is ideal for all libraries and archives, whatever their size.

For less demanding requirements, there's also CEDAR Studio which includes eleven of the most important processes from CEDAR Cambridge packaged as AAX, VST and AU plug-ins for use on the widest range of industry-standard platforms. Capable of eliminating a huge range of common problems, CEDAR Studio will significantly improve the sound quality of audio in archives and libraries, whether for user copies or commercial distribution.

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To enquire about the uses for CEDAR in archives and libraries or to arrange a demonstration, please provide your details below:

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CEDAR Audio Ltd,
20 Home End, Fulbourn,
Cambridge, CB21 5BS, UK



+44 1223 881771

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