PreSonus Open Beta Driver Project
PreSonus Audio Electronics has announced the Open Beta Driver Program allowing customers the opportunity to download and use beta version drivers for PreSonus products.
The first beta driver available for download is the all new driver, firmware and Control Console (version 2) for the FireStudio 26x26 firewire recording system.
According to PreSonus, the new FireStudio driver package for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Mac Leopard increases overall efficiency and stability as well as introduces a completely new version of the Control Console DSP mixer/router software with a switchable “expanded mix mode” making the second bank of ADAT channels for mixing and routing available.[b]
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