AES06SF: Get On The Apogee V-Bus

Apogee introduces V-Bus, zero latency, virtual bus technology for Symphony      07/10/06

AES06SF: Get On The Apogee V-Bus


Apogee Electronics Corporation have announced V-Bus, a Virtual bussing technology for Symphony, Apogee’s multi-channel PCI card.
Utilizing Apogee’s super-fast Symphony driver, V-Bus provides unlimited routing possibilities across multiple applications in any Symphony equipped G5 or Mac Pro. V-Bus provides the ability to record bus outputs in Logic Pro, a feature long sought after by Logic users. Additionally, V-Bus enables audio routing between various Core Audio applications, such as iTunes and Final Cut Pro. With up to 32 buses per Symphony card, V-Bus offers zero latency performance with minimal processing power to ensure maximum audio performance.
Apogee Co-Founder and President Betty Bennett told us, “The environment presented by Symphony and Core Audio has enabled the creation of utilities such as V-Bus, making V-Bus an impressive addition to an already exciting system. We have worked closely with our customers to address the need for greater control over routing in the native environment and V-Bus is the result. The ability to create virtual connections within and between any Core Audio applications will be incredibly useful.�
Availability:
October ‘06
More information:


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