I don't have a Cedar DNS 1000 because it costs six thousand bucks. But I have tried the Waves "Cedar-like" Waves WNS (Waves Noise Suppressor) and the Waves W43 (which is their Dolby Cat 43 - like plugin.)
Word on the street is that the WNS is about as effective as the DNS but it ain't as pretty sounding. It will remove the room yuk from normal dialog tracks, that I can confirm.
Right now I'm digging the built-in Samplitude "de-noiser" for tape-like hiss better than either of the Waves plugins.
|"Zero DownTime" means over an our of starting and re-starting your computer, as it turns out.|
But I suspect that I should get the WNS plugin (I'm using the demo right now) before mixing the next picture.
Dig this post on cue-ing a Foley session. It's Pro-Tools-centric. I always thought the Foley people spotted their own tracks. Obviously they're used to someone sending them a session already spotted.
I'm working on new mixes for Day 2. And I'm mixing Android Insurrection. And I'm creating a new opening for Android Insurrection.
Here are some important notes for me:
"1002 from pre-render" is the version of 1002 with the multitrack audio.
"1002 2012" is the new version with the new mix.