Arturia AudioFuse USB Audio Interface (black)
AudioFuse is a revolutionary audio interface that sets a new standard in audio quality and workflow. Enjoy the superior sound of high-end studio consoles from a compact and carefully-built chassis. Explore the expansive connectivity AudioFuse brings: all the major connection types are supported. Take control over your sound and instantly access your audio streams through the well thought-out interface. This is AudioFuse. You are in command. You are free.
Whether you work from home or are on the road recording, we know you want the sound a professional studio delivers.
You’ve told us what you want, and we listened. AudioFuse is built on a fully symmetrical audio chain. Every stage has been carefully designed, resulting in unrivalled sonic purity. The two DiscretePRO® microphone preamps combine the best of yesterday’s vintage consoles with today’s technology, resulting in a design circuit that offers superior audio performance.
The latest generation of Analog to Digital converters delivers sterling quality audio with amazing transparency. In conjunction with our advanced clocking system, AudioFuse guarantees stable and extremely accurate timing. Yes, Arturia takes sound quality very seriously.
The Work Flows
AudioFuse was developed with the musician’s workflow in mind.
Want to adjust gain on channel 1? Turn the knob. Need to switch monitors? Press a button. If you want more level in one of the headphones, just turn up the dedicated knob. There is no menu in AudioFuse. Nothing is buried, every control is at your fingertips, the creative flow never stops.
Want to connect gear?
AudioFuse works with virtually everything: mics, instruments, turntables, studio equipment, Mac, PC, tablets, even iOS and Android phones. With a round-trip latency as low as 3 milliseconds.
At home, in the studio, or on the road, wherever creativity strikes – you want to capture the moment.
AudioFuse has a robust, solid aluminum chassis you can trust. And the quality of AudioFuse goes far beyond its good looks. Every single unit has to pass rigorous testing before it can be packed and shipped. It will even come with a test specification printout of your particular unit. Designed for the most demanding musicians and audio purists, AudioFuse keeps the sound, work and inspiration flows intact, and that’s revolutionary.
Give me colors!!!
Black aluminum combined with a bold green bottom and orange leather are a perfect fit for your fearless creativity. Features •14 Input, 14 Output channels
• 4 analog inputs
- 2x Mic/Instrument/Line
- 2x Phono/Line
• 4 analog outputs
• 2 analog inserts
• ADAT In & Out
• S/PDIF In & Out
• Word Clock In & Out
• MIDI In & Out
• 3-port USB hub
• 2 microphone preamps with DiscretePRO® technology
• 2 phono RIAA preamps
• 24-bit latest generation AD/DA converters at up to 192kHz sampling rate.
• Option for analog soft-clipping
• Talkback feature with a dedicated built-in microphone
• A/B speaker switching
• Direct monitoring
• Separate Master & Monitor mix channels
• USB interface with PC, Mac, iOS, Android & Linux compatibility
• 3 models: Silver, Grey, Black
• Aluminum chassis, leather-covered top
• DiscretePRO® Technology
|Computer Interface Type||USB 2|
|Analogue Inputs (Total)||4|
|Analogue Outputs (Total)||4|
|Mic Preamps (Max)||2|
|Instrument Inputs (Max)||2|
|Sample Rate (Max)||192 kHz|
|Dynamic Range||Not Specified dB|
|Dimensions (mm)||Not Speciifed WxHxD|
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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