Costa Mesa, CA (February 17, 2004)–With the recent release of the OSX driver for the new AES16, Lynx Studio Technology, Inc. is now offering the latest Macintosh support for all of their 24 bit, 196 kHz digital audio interfaces.
“We began full OSX support of the LynxTWO and L22 digital audio interfaces in November,” stated David Hoatson, Lynx co-founder and head software engineer for Lynx Studio Technology. “In January, we put our new OSX drivers for the AES16 onto our website. We are taking advantage of the added capabilities that OSX offers professional audio, including the new option to use multiple PCI cards with applications that accept this standard.”
Lynx’s new OSX CoreAudio drivers give complete software control over every aspect of the AES16 and AES16-SRC to ease installation and use. Showing complete channel status information for each of the digital inputs, and giving control over each of the digital outputs, will give the recording professional a simple setup.
“The Macintosh market is very important to many of our customers, which is why we support all of the currently popular Mac and Windows operating systems,” explained Bob Bauman, Lynx Studio Technology co-founder. “In fact we made sure that all of our 192 kHz interface cards can be used with either the standard PCI interface or the new 3.3V PCI-X interface as found in the Macintosh G5 models. We are fully compatible with either.”
All drivers are available for immediate free download from the Lynx Studio Technology website, www.lynxstudio.com. For more information email [email protected]
Lynx Studio Technology, Inc.