M-Audio, a leading provider of creative tools for computer-centric musicians, is proud to bring support for Apples new Intel-based computers to the companies complete line of FireWire- and USB-compatible peripherals.
M-Audio has posted official drivers for Fast Track USB, Fast Track Pro, MobilePre USB, JamLab, Transit USB, Audiophile USB, FireWire Solo, FireWire Audiophile, FireWire 410, FireWire 1814, ProjectMix I/O, Ozonic, Ozone, Oxygen 8, MIDISPORT 2×2, MIDISPORT 1×1, MIDISPORT 4×4, MIDISPORT 2×4 and MIDISPORT 8×8/s. When combined with M-Audio’s collection of class-compliant devices, this driver release brings Intel-based Mac compatibility to all non-PCI M-Audio interfaces and controllers. To download these drivers, users can visit the Support > Drivers section of the web site.
M-Audio has also converted the Engima Librarian/Editor over to the Universal Binary format. Ableton has recently released Live 5.2 software, which delivers immediate native Intel-based Mac computer support to current Live 5 users. M-Audio projects the rest of its developed and distributed software will be operable on Intel-based Mac computers in the near future.