Sound Devices Releases ASIO Driver For Streaming 32-bit Float Audio to Windows

Sound Devices has released a new ASIO driver for streaming 32-bit float audio files for compatible DAWs on Windows 10. 

Sound Devices said the driver is compatible with its MixPre II series, comprising the MixPre-3 II, MixPre-6 II and MixPre-10 II audio recorders and USB audio interfaces. MixPre II Series recorders can act as a USB audio interface that supports 32-bit float recording and playback on MacOS Catalina and Windows 10. Audio in the 32-bit float USB format allows for huge dynamic range and flexibility in a DAW.

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