Hi guys! So, here's the up-to-date status of the kX Project. * 3548 release should support most of x64 and x86 OSes, including Windows Vista, Windows 7. * There are certain compatibility issues with Vista/Windows7 still. For instance, Speaker Test will not work. Some people reported they needed to change kX playback buffer size to avoid clicks. * x64 build does only support x64 hosts. We currently have no plans to implement x86 ASIO emulation layer over x64 (any volunteer to do that?) I will be working on the following features (August'2009, Autumn'2009): * 44.1kHz support for E-DSP cards - this is partially available in 3548 via kxctrl command, but seems to be a bit glitchy * Mac OS X driver: recording and 44.1kHz mode for E-DSP cards OS X driver: Two guys are working on AC97 support and E-DSP Control, so, if you wish to participate in development, drop me a message. Unfortunately, noone is working on the kX DSP port, except for some OpenGL-based GUI... Windows: I know there are millions of features I could probably add in the future, but for a project of such age as kX (almost 9 years!), it is unclear where to go next, if ever. I will probably keep an eye on it time to time, but I strongly suggest people start opensource development of all the components they are interested in (except the kernel-level code, which cannot be released opensource). Please note: if you have something urgent to tell me, use e-mail, not the forum or private messages. I don't read them and won't answer you. Thanks E.