Audinate releases Mac OS X Lion compatibility for Dante virtual soundcard 27/09/11
Audinate has announced that it has completed support for both Windows and Mac 64 bit operating systems with the availability of Dante Virtual Soundcard for Mac OSX 10.7 Lion. Mary Cudmore, Director of Products told Sonic State, "We've seen a substantial increase in the use of the Dante Virtual Soundcard and now having compatibility with Lion will open the way for more users to access the power of the application."
The Dante Virtual Soundcard software allows your computer to connect directly to a Dante audio network. Dante Virtual Soundcard uses the Ethernet port on the computer to communicate with a network of other Dante enabled devices. No special hardware is required other than installing Dante Virtual Soundcard on a conventional computer or laptop.
The Dante Virtual Soundcard can transmit and receive up to 64 channels between networked audio equipment and popular audio applications such as Nuendo, Cubase, Logic and Pro Tools 9. These audio applications use the Dante Virtual Soundcard as they would any standard ASIO or Core Audio sound card.
The Dante Virtual Soundcard has no physical audio inputs or outputs. Instead, audio signals are sent directly to or received from the PC's Ethernet network interface card. Pricing and Availability:
Dante Virtual Soundcard V3.2.0 for MAC OSX 10.7 is now available as a download.