Universal Audio Architecture

The Universal Audio Architecture ( Universal Audio Architecture - UAA ) goes back to an initiative by Microsoft in 2002. An attempt was made to establish a Standandisierungsansatz for the hardware and driver -tier architecture of the audio devices in modern Microsoft Windows operating systems was. Three different audio device classes was supported by default: USB, IEEE 1394 ( also known as Apple FireWire or Sony iLink ) and Intel High Definition Audio, which supports PCI and PCI - Express.

  • Windows
  • Driver ( software)