Expert Sleepers has updated Silent Way to version 1.6.5, adding a new plug-in to the collection: Silent Way SMUX.
When using an audio interface to produce your CVs that is connected via ADAT (for example, the Expert Sleepers ES-3 Lightpipe/CV Interface), and when the audio system is being run at a 'double speed' rate (typically 96kHz), the number of audio channels that can be sent down the ADAT connection is reduced from the usual 8 down to 4. The 4 double-speed channels are multiplexed onto the 8 ADAT channels - this system is usually referred to as 'S/MUX', or sample multiplexing.
The Silent Way SMUX plug-in gets around this reduction in channel count by providing a complementary multiplexing scheme, which takes 4 channels of CVs and combines them onto 2 channels of the double-speed audio stream. When the ADAT output is then decoded by a normal-speed interface (such as the ES-3 mentioned above), the channels are demultiplexed, and so you get your 4 channels of CV back again.
10 Apr 2013 Expert Sleepers release Silent Way v2.2.0
20 Dec 2012 Expert Sleepers release Silent Way AAX for Mac
23 May 2012 Expert Sleepers release Silent Way v2.0 beta
25 Nov 2011 Expert Sleepers updates Silent Way to v1.7.1
07 Oct 2011 Expert Sleepers update Silent Way to v1.6.11
20 Sep 2011 Expert Sleepers release Silent Way v1.6.10