Roland Add OSX Support For M-1000 Digital Line Mixer

10 channels for OSX via USB      16/05/03
Roland Add OSX Support For M-1000 Digital Line Mixer
M-1000 a teeny tiny rack mixer

The 1U rackmount M-1000 10-channel Digital Line Mixer is designed to give musicians a convenient way to mix up to four stereo S/PDIF signals, plus two analog inputs, with 24-bit/96kHz sound quality and convenient automatic sample rate conversion. With new OSX drivers available for download, the M-1000 is now compatible with Apple's next generation operating system and the latest crop of Power Mac G4 computers. Now OSX users can fully exploit the USB audio functions of the M-1000, enabling them to mix audio from their computer along with other inputs. The M-1000 solves the tricky problem of mixing synthesizers, sound modules and recording gear with digital outputs. Up to four stereo S/PDIF inputs can be mixed, along with a stereo analog input, using simple rotary controls. The resulting signal can then be output digitally or via the analog Master and Monitor outputs. The M-1000 even takes care of sample rate conversion automatically. And with 24-bit/96kHz sound quality and 56-bit internal processing, the M-1000 can be used in home studios and professional studios alike. Unique to the M-1000 is the built-in USB port. Using a single USB cable, digital signals can be routed from a computer to the M-1000, where they can be mixed with other input channels. The results can then be sent back to the computer for recording. The M-1000 also integrates perfectly into professional studios thanks to its Word Clock I/O, with clock sources selectable between Internal, Word Clock, Digital In and USB*. Multiple M-1000's can even be cascaded to create the ultimate digital mixing system. The M-1000 retails at: $695 US
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