Audinate’s new software application, Dante Via, has made its debut at InfoComm 2014.
Dante Via transforms Macs and PCs into networked I/O devices. With Dante Via, you can now build a complete, standalone audio system of networked PCs without the need for any dedicated Dante-enabled hardware to be present on the network. Any computer instantly becomes a networked audio I/O device.
Dante Via allows you to create an audio bridge for your computer to connect with legacy USB, FireWire and Thunderbolt audio interfaces and transform them into networked devices. Without the need for additional hardware, Dante Via transmits and receives professional quality audio via your Ethernet port to and from such endpoints, opening up endless new possibilities.
With Dante Via you can easily distribute or loopback audio via the network from any application such as Cubase, Pro Tools, Nuendo, Logic, Reaper or even Skype.
Dante Via will be commercially available in Q4 2014 and here are all the details.