Roland’s Version 1.0 drivers for 64-bit Windows computers are now available for Edirol’s FA-66 and FA-101 FireWire audio interfaces. Although most 32-bit software applications can operate on a 64-bit computing system, a true 64-bit driver is required for all hardware peripherals, including audio and MIDI interfaces.
Roland introduced USB 2.0 high-speed drivers for Mac OS X Tiger for Edirol’s UA-101 USB 2.0 audio interface. The FA-101 FireWire interface supports native Core Audio on Mac OS X; no driver installation is required. The FA-66 also supports native Core Audio.
Sixty-four-bit drivers are available for download from www.edirol.net for numerous Edirol audio interfaces.
For more information, go to www.rolandus.com.