Edirol Corporation announces USB audio support for Roland ED UA-30 on Macintosh OS. In response to many requests for Mac USB audio from hobbyist, musicians, and audio specialists, the new driver from Apple's OS 9.0.4, is compatible with Roland ED UA-30 audio interface.
"We are pleased to have this ready now to support the many people who want to use their computer to record digital audio simply with a USB connection," says Laurie Gillespie, President of Edirol. "We congratulate Apple and Roland ED on their fine working relationship to bring this solution to Macintosh customers."
This USB powered audio interface provides all the connections you need to record, playback, and monitor high-quality audio from your desktop or laptop computer. Connect anything, mini-disc, CD players, DAT, analog, optical or coaxial devices. Record a guitar or microphone using UA-30's built in microphone and guitar pre-amps and experience the unparalleled audio quality of its' 20-bit external digital audio converters.
UA-30 is a perfect upgrade from the audio in your Macintosh, and is compatible with all Apple Macintosh computers with built-in USB. Apple's iBook computers were designed to use USB as the only audio input method, enabling the UA-30 to be perfect and only solution available on the market today.
Retail price is set at $325 U.S., and is currently shipping with Windows 98 drivers. Macintosh drivers are available as an OS update from Apple's web site.