SONNOX RESTORE RELEASED

sonnox-restore-092309lr.jpgOnline Video and Free Demos, Sony Restoration Tools Exchange Program Announced

OXFORDSHIRE,UK: Introduced to universally favorable notices at the 129th AES Convention, the Sonnox Restore Suite features three intuitive, highly effective audio restoration plug-ins. Oxford DeClicker, Oxford DeBuzzer and Oxford DeNoiser represent a quantum leap beyond previous technology for accurately restoring impaired audio recordings.

Shipping immediately, Sonnox Restore's advanced algorithms and novel features expedite fast, extremely effective removal of pops, clicks, crackles, scratches, hum, buzzes and extraneous background noise from virtually any recording.

Concurrent with the international Sonnox Restore roll-out, Sales & Marketing Manager, Nathan Eames has announced an Exchange Program, enabling Sony Restoration Tools owners to exchange their old license for a Sonnox Restore license, at a 25% discounted price. The program makes the full $1995 Sonnox Restore suite available for $1495 until February 28, 2010.

"The new Sonnox Restore suite is completely unrelated to the old Sony Restoration Tools and does not have backwards compatibility," Eames said. "Restore is the result of an exhaustive 18-month research and development program, and the plug-ins exploit many recent advances in technology. We are confident that owners of the Sony Restoration Tools will quickly come to appreciate the tremendous advances in technology utilized in these innovative new plug-ins," Eames concludes.

Sonnox Oxford Restore Plug-ins support: Pro Tools (RTAS), Audio Units and VST platforms.

Photo: Sonnox Restore Plug-ins: Oxford DeBuzzer, Oxford DeClicker & Oxford

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For an online product video, or to download a free trial version of Sonnox Restore visit: www.sonnoxplugins.com/restore

Sony Restoration Tools owners can find out more about the Exchange Program at the following link: www.sonnoxplugins.com/exchange

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