Presentation: Arturia AudioFuse USB Audio Interface

US We get the skinny on the long-awaited new IO      21/08/17
    MP4 27:54 mins    

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Arturia's AudioFuse has been a long time coming, after the rather glitzy announcement last year. Delay we're told, due to them making sure they get it right, after all, the hoo ha of the initial launch, they had a lot to live up to.

Arturia have aimed wuth a high end set of converters, impressive frequency response,  plenty of IO and desktop control of inputs and monitoring, in a stylish desktop package.

We had a visit from Bryan Borcherds and product engineer Jérome Laurent who gave us a fulsome explanation of whats going on under the hood. We also hear that it will work under Linux (control panel to come)  as well as Windows and Mac OS X.

AudioFuse Features:

  1. 2 DiscretePRO microphone preamps.
  2. 2 RIAA phono preamps.
  3. 4 analog inputs. 2x Mic/Instrument/Line (XLR / 1/4" TRS) 2x Phono/Line (RCA / 1/4" TRS)
  4. 4 analog outputs (1/4" TRS)
  5. 2 analog inserts (1/4" TRS)
  6. ADAT in/out.
  7. S/PDIF in/out.
  8. Word clock in/out.
Available now priced at: $599, €599, £519

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