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In addition to Virtual StudioLive, this new software release includes final 32- and 64-bit drivers for Windows 7, final 64-bit support for Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard), and an assortment of fixes and installer improvements for all FireStudio interfaces.


It includes the original FireStudio (26x26), FireStudio Mobile, FireStudio Lightpipe, FireStudio Project, FireStudio Tube, and StudioLive 16.4.2.

This release also marks the end of the public-beta program for the drivers, and we thank all who participated.

In January, PreSonus announced their new Virtual StudioLive (VSL) software for Mac and Windows, which gives StudioLive users real-time, bidirectional control of the digital mixer’s channel, subgroup, and main-bus levels; Fat Channel parameters; aux mixes; effects; and the graphic EQ.

Any change made to the mixer is reflected in the software in real time, and vice versa, PreSonus says.

VSL provides a visual overview of your StudioLive settings so you can see, tweak, and organize them and can manage your presets and Scenes. You can even export presets and Scenes as XML files and email them to collaborators who have a StudioLive mixer. And controlling your StudioLive with VSL is done through drag-and-drop.

Virtual StudioLive is integrated with PreSonus Universal Control software and replaces the Device Window for the StudioLive 16.4.2. It is, therefore, part of a larger software release.

To download your copy of VSL and the new drivers, go to the Technical Support/Downloads/Software Updates-Drivers section of the PreSonus Web site.
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