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Windows users will be pleased to hear that formerly incompatible audio devices can now record and play together in one studio setup as Centrance have released their Universal Driver
for FireWire audio interfaces. The Windows audio software features unique technology that enables consumers to combine FireWire audio interfaces from various manufacturers into one, feature-rich audio system.
The CEntrance Universal Driver is ASIO compatible, features low-latency audio performance and supports 44.1 through 192kHz at 24-bit resolution.Its unique technology features multi-host and multi-device capability. CEntrance tell us that project studio owners and musicians are now able to record and play audio using multiple devices with one music software application, or multiple applications with one interface- a level of flexibility previously unavailable under Microsoft Windows operating systems.
Michael Goodman, Managing Director of Centrance told us, "We've worked very hard on the release of this first version of the Universal Driver so that it supports several of the most popular FireWire audio interfaces. We have tremendous industry support and plan to update the software regularly, adding new audio devices to truly create a simplified environment for the Windows audio and MIDI software user."
CEntrance say that the Universal Driver features easy installation and robust performance while maintaining low latency for easier recording and monitoring. The company developed the software to be compatible with the majority of commercially available audio hardware, including Apogee, Behringer, Focusrite, Mackie, M-Audio, Miglia and Presonus, and most ASIO host audio software applications. Support for other audio interfaces is constantly added.
Price and Availability
For sale directly from the CEntrance website at $79.95 USD
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