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Lexicon PCM96 Software Update for Snow Leopard OS

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Lexicon has announced its latest software update with Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard compatibility for the PCM96 and PCM96 Surround Reverb/Effects Processors.

In addition, the release updates the networking stack and audio drivers which increases performance and stability, and reduces the latency when controlling the processors through the plug-in interface and streaming audio over FireWire, according to the company.

The PCM96 is said to feature an array of reverb algorithms with related delays and effects. The single-rack space PCM96 and PCM96 Surround processors are designed to integrate  into the modern studio and can function as a control-only DAW insert or FireWire streaming hardware plug-in.

The PCM96 offers two channels XLR analog and AES/EBU digital I/O while the PCM96 Surround offers six channels analog and AES/EBU I/O, as well as MIDI, Wordclock, Ethernet and FireWire connectivity. The PCM96 processors are equally suited for studio or live use, according to Lexicon.

For more information on the software update, visit the download section of the Lexicon website www.lexiconpro.com and sign up for the PCM96 and PCM96 Surround software update notification.
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