Audinate Group has updated its Dante Virtual Soundcard software for Mac and Windows computers. It now supports Apple Silicon processors like the M1, M1 Pro and M1 Max as well as the new Windows 11 OS from Microsoft.
“Dante Virtual Soundcard is software that turns a Mac or Windows computer into a Dante-powered workstation, seamlessly integrating with Dante audio devices on an Ethernet-based network,” the company said.
“Instantly connect to record, process and playout up to 64×64 channels using any audio application and any combination of Dante-enabled devices. Dante Virtual Soundcard now supports macOS on both Intel and Apple Silicon platforms, as well as Windows 10/11 for PCs.”
The announcement was made by Laurence Crew, senior product manager at Audinate.
Dante Virtual Soundcard 4.2 supports Windows 11 and Apple Silicon-based macOS computers. Dante Virtual Soundcard 4.1.2 is recommended for Intel-based macOS computers.
Upgrades are free for existing users; new licenses for Dante Virtual Soundcard cost $49.99.