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New audio drivers deliver an elevated user experience for digital iRig products

April 30, 2020 – IK Multimedia has released custom ASIO drivers that are designed to offer multiple performance enhancements for their digital iRig products when used with Windows computers.

With more musicians than ever relying on iRig products, these new audio drivers reflect IK’s commitment to offering the best possible performance for Windows computers, offering key improvements in connectivity, processing and latency.

Optimized iRig performance

Many iRig products offer connectivity to computers as well as smartphones and tablets. Now, Windows users can benefit from highly optimized performance, including a more stable connection, smoother audio processing and a higher level of control over latency.

These new custom drivers are compatible with iRig products that provide USB connectivity. To check compatibility, users can look for the ASIO logo on their product’s page on the IK Multimedia website or consult IK’s new ASIO FAQ section.

These new drivers make it easier than ever for users to practice, record, collaborate and stream with all today’s most popular music services, on any device, with superior performance and convenience.

About iRig products

iRig is IK Multimedia’s acclaimed series of music creation tools for use with iPhone, iPad, Android and Mac/PC. It includes interfaces, microphones, controllers, practice amps, and more, for a wide variety of studio, live, and broadcast applications.

Availability

The new custom ASIO drivers are available for free to all registered iRig product owners and can be downloaded from their User Area at www.ikmultimedia.com/userarea

To learn more about the drivers, visit www.ikmultimedia.com/faq

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