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July 1, 2004
Lynx Studio Technology has announced the final release of the OSX Core Audio drivers for their LynxTWO, L22 and AES16 products. More than a year in development, the final release allows the Lynx products to utilize the power of Apple Computer's Core Audio protocol, and operate with all G5 model computers.
The Lynx OSX driver is tightly integrated into the OSX Kernel, making clock management seamless. The end user now has complete freedom to manage the clock from the application or from the Lynx software mixer.
Other new features and capabilities of the Lynx OSX Core Audio driver are:
The OSX driver is now shipping with all AES16, LynxTWO and L22 interfaces. Current owners can download the driver free of charge from the Lynx website.
For more information, visit their web site at www.lynxstudio.com