PUIDOUX, Switzerland�Merging Technologies is offering a new CoreAudio driver. Dubbed the Ravenna/AES67 Virtual Audio Device, this driver is fully compliant with Ravenna and Dante, enabling Mac users to connect to the majority of available networked audio devices.
Merging will offer the driver, which supports full operation of up to 64 channels in and out at 44.1/48kHz, via a free download on its website. The release is expected to coincide with ISE 2016.
The company also has updated its existing CoreAudio driver to accommodate higher sampling rates up to DXD/384kHz and DSD256 to� support Horus and Hapi range converters. A third CoreAudio driver is also available for the Merging NADAC.
Merging previously announced an initiative to introduce the new Horus and Hapi users to its Pyramix 10 at IBC 2015, but is extending the promotion until the end of March 2016. Users who purchase a Horus or Hapi system will get a free copy of Pyramix Essentials and the SafeNet dongle.