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AUDIOSCIENCE ANNOUNCES WINDOWS 7 DRIVER RELEASE
WDM driver for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7

NEWCASTLE, DE (January 12, 2010) – AudioScience, Inc., a leader of professional peripherals for the broadcast and entertainment industries, announces the availability of their Windows 7 driver; v4.02.02. The release, available for both Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems, allows users to run AudioScience products with the Windows 7 operating systems.

"Our customers are very inquisitive; they were checking out the Windows 7 Release Candidate with our beta driver early on,” said Richard Gross, president of AudioScience. "Windows 7 is regularly shipping with new PCs and we now have an officially released driver for people to use."

This new driver replaces AudioScience's older WAVE, WDM and COMBO drivers. Users upgrading an older WDM driver will want to leave the 32-bit WAVE option unchecked during driver install while users of the older WAVE and COMBO drivers will want to check this option to maintain application compatibility.

AudioScience HPI and ASX SDKs are available from their website for those interested in writing their own applications. "We're recognized for our approachability in helping programmers move quickly from prototypes to finished products using common APIs across all of our devices"; said Dr Andrew Elder, Director of Software Engineering.

For further information, see http://www.audioscience.com/internet/download/datasheet_win7.pdf.
Download AudioScience's Windows 7 drivers from http://www.audioscience.com/internet/download/win_drivers.htm.


About AudioScience, Inc.
AudioScience, Inc. (http://www.audioscience.com) designs, manufactures and markets digital audio peripherals for computer-based digital audio applications. AudioScience is headquartered at 42 Reads Way, New Castle, Delaware 19720, with offices in Costa Mesa - California, Rochester - New York, Christchurch - New Zealand, and Singapore. For more information, phone +1-302-324-5333, email salesasi@audioscience.com, or visit the company’s website.

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