NAMM 2015: Arturia Unveils AudioFuse Advanced Audio Interface

Arturia unveils eagerly-awaited AudioFuse Advanced Audio Interface at Winter NAMM.
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Music software and hardware developer Arturia is proud to unveil AudioFuse — successfully setting a new standard in audio quality and workflow with this eagerly-awaited next-generation audio interface — at The NAMM Show 2015, January 22-25 in Anaheim, California.

AudioFuse admirably succeeds where many audio interfaces have failed, fusing the superior sound of high-end mixing consoles with unsurpassed connectivity and instant-access audio streams, stylishly housed in a compact, carefully-constructed chassis. Clearly, anyone who’s remote recording but still seeks the sound of a professional studio need look no further!

By being built on a fully-symmetrical audio chain where every stage has been diligently designed, AudioFuse offers unrivaled sonic purity. Its two DiscretePRO microphone preamps take the best of yesterday’s vintage mixing consoles and today’s technology to provide a unique, totally discrete circuit that goes beyond the limitations of integrated circuits.

AudioFuse’s 24-bit AD/DA (Analogue-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analogue) convertors are of the latest generation, delivering audio with startling transparency (at up to 192kHz sampling rate). In conjunction with Arturia’s advanced clocking system they guarantee extremely accurate timing. Sounds serious? It is. Quite literally.

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