Lexicon Windows 7 Drivers

Lexicon releases new Windows 7 drivers for all USB desktop recording interfaces      21/04/10
Lexicon Windows 7 Drivers
U42S

Lexicon has released new Windows 7 software drivers for Alpha, Lambda, Omega and the I·ONIX U22, U42S, and U82S series of Desktop Recording Interfaces. Here's what they have to say in their press release...
Now all of the Lexicon USB Desktop Recording Interfaces operate seamlessly on any computers running 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 7, Vista, or XP. Also, these interfaces operate on all Mac computers operating on OS X 10.4.9 or higher regardless of whether they are based on PowerPC or Intel processors.
Speaking about the newly updated drivers for the Desktop Recording Interfaces, Business Segment Director for Lexicon Paul Faby stated, "We're excited to be continuing our effort to offer the latest software updates to support these products. This is a fantastic lineup which offers unbelievable sonic capabilities at very attractive prices."
Designed to sit in the perfect location when using your DAW, between the keyboard and monitor, the I·ONIX Series is crafted from the highest quality components to ensure superior recordings. Each I·ONIX recording interface features newly designed dbx® 60V high-voltage, ultra-low noise microphone preamps on all analog inputs which are coupled with high-definition converters to ensure pristine 24-bit/96kHz audio to capture every subtle detail of the performance.
The Alpha, Lambda, and Omega Desktop Recording Studios are the perfect choice for anyone putting together their first home recording studio. Each of these completely integrated recording systems has all the tools needed to transform your computer into a professional 24-bit digital recording studio.
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fazcff    Said...

The new alpha driver is buggy. It crashes Sonar when I try to access the Audio Options.

11-May-10 11:50 AM


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