New drivers for the RME Interfaces
RME announces the availability of new drivers for some of its external audio interfaces.
These new drivers are for the RME FireFace UFX, UCX, MADIface XT, HDSPe MADI FX and Babyface and include version 0.998 of the TotalMix FX software. RME recommends updating the firmware of all these interfaces, specially if you use TotalMix FX v1.1 for iPad.
Thanks to this update, the Fireface UFX, UCX and Babyface benefit from improved performance and reduced CPU Load.
The new version of TotalMix FX brings improved delay time and expander settings, enhanced dynamics that generate less audio noise, more accurate attack times between 0 and 6ms, and a new global zipper noise filter replaces the previous filter.
Plus, the DSP performance has been improved.
The update is available for free download from www.rme-audio.de.
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