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New form of iD

New form of iD

New form of iD

Audient has released new iD Mixer software across its range of iD audio interfaces. This provides iD14 and iD22 users with beta access to the redesigned and mix-focused software already available for the iD44.

The latest version of iD Mixer has been designed with features such as a tab-based layout for easier navigation and allows users to set up complex routing and headphone mixes. The option to save and store presets is also presented.

‘Owners of Audient iD interfaces that use iD Mixer can now take advantage of Smart Talkback, letting them use any audio source connected to their computer – such as a built-in or USB microphone – as a talkback mic, freeing up valuable mic pres for recording,’ detailed Andy Allen, Audient marketing manager.

In addition, an update for Windows drivers across the range also provides enhancements, enabling reduced buffer sizes and operation at a lower latency.

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