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Minimal controls, maximum reduction

Minimal controls, maximum reduction

Minimal controls, maximum reduction

CEDAR Audio’s VoicEX voice extractor is a real-time AI noise reduction tool that the company says is a completely new approach to voice extraction and incorporates unique algorithmic capabilities. VoiceEX identifies the voices in a signal and creates two audio streams: one containing just the voices, and one containing everything else.

With just one knob to determine the loudness of the background and another to control the loudness of the speech, the signal is simple to control; reducing the background removes the noise without affecting the timbre of the voices, while reducing the voices reveals more of the background. Users can increase either to emphasise that part of the signal. VoicEX will initially be available on CEDAR Cambridge 14 and the company hopes that the technology powering VoicEX will lead to new products on other platforms.

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