M-Audio Announces Vista Compatibility

M-Audio®, a leading provider of creative tools for computer-centric musicians, is proud to announce the release of Microsoft Vista drivers for many of the company’s most popular products. M-Audio currently expects to release 32-bit Vista drivers for all of the following models during the second quarter of 2007: all FireWire products; all currently selling USB MIDI keyboards; Fast Track™ USB, Fast Track Pro, JamLab™, MobilePre™ USB, Black Box™ and Transit® USB interfaces; Conectiv™ and Xponent™ DJ interfaces; and the Revolution™ 5.1 PCI card.
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“Vista represents both an opportunity and challenge for music hardware and software manufacturers,” says Adam Castillo, marketing director at M-Audio. “While pursuing an aggressive schedule, we wanted take the time to work through all the details and testing necessary in delivering drivers that are up to M-Audio standards. We’re confident of the results and proud to release Vista drivers that will enable our customers to migrate to this powerful platform.”

Please visit the Drivers page of www.m-audio.com for a list of Vista drivers that have been released to date. Check with M-Audio partners and third-party developers for updates about Vista support for third party products.

About M-Audio
M-Audio, a part of Avid Technology, Inc., is a leading provider of innovative tools for today's computer musicians and audio professionals. Founded on the belief that cost should never stand in the way of creativity, the company's products deliver the latest production and performance technology at accessible price points. M-Audio has received numerous industry accolades, including Music Trades' "Company of the Year" and "Fastest Growing Company" distinctions. The company's award-winning and comprehensive product line includes PCI-, FireWire- and USB-based audio interfaces; USB/MIDI keyboard controllers, stage pianos, microphones and preamps, reference monitors; and DJ tools. M-Audio was acquired by Avid Technology Inc. in August 2004 and is now part of the Avid audio division along with Digidesign and Sibelius.