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    Shane
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    I know it’s not “cool” to be a Windows guy but since a bulk of the programs used to program devices in the installation world are Windows based that’s what I have. Any hopes of a future update to run multitrack audio bidirectional with this mixer in a windows environment?

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    It’s even less cool to be a Linux Audio guy, which I am. The best solution for the USB audio interface would be to be fully class compliant. I can see A&H developers scratching their heads when reading this, thinking: This guy is crazy. But hey, your German competitors can do it for the X32, so why can’t you guys do it?

    Perhaps you could implement an additional class compliant mode that doesn’t provide full features as a compromise. This would also free you from maintaining drivers in the future since all major OSes would be simply plug&play.

    Looking forward to hear A&H’s opinion on this.

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    #43044
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    Debian “just worked” when I plugged it in, core/class compliance ok here…

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