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MOTU Ships 64-Bit Windows Drivers For FireWire And USB 2 Audio Interfaces

64-bit Windows drivers for MOTU FireWire and UltraFast USB 2 audio interfaces are now shipping and available for download at www.motu.com/download...

64-bit Windows drivers for MOTU FireWire and UltraFast USB 2 audio interfaces are now shipping and available for download at www.motu.com/download. The updated 64-bit drivers include 32-bit emulation, allowing users to freely using 64-bit and 32-bit audio software applications simultaneously.

All MOTU FireWire and USB 2 audio interfaces are supported, including the new UltraLite half-rack bus-powered 10x14 FireWire interface, the 192kHz bus-powered Traveler, the 828mkII (FireWire and USB 2 models), the 896 (both the original and HD models) and even the original 828 FireWire interface.

64-bit drivers for MOTU's PCI-X and PCI Express audio interfaces are now in beta and are expected to be finalized by the end of April.

64-bit drivers for MOTU's entire line of USB MIDI interfaces are currently under development and are also expected to ship soon.

For more information, visit their web site at www.motu.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday November 30, 2006