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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