Arturia AudioFuse arrives at 139th AES Convention in NYC on ‘Revolution Is Coming’ show-stopping stopover GRENOBLE, FRANCE: music software and hardware developer and manufacturer Arturia is proud to introduce its AudioFuse next-generation professional audio interface at the 139th AES Convention, October 29 to November 1 in New York City, USA, as part of its ongoing ‘Revolution Is Coming’ tour of many of the world’s major cities...
Stylishly housed in a compact, carefully-constructed chassis capable of going anywhere, AudioFuse is a revolutionary next-generation professional audio interface that successfully sets a new standard in audio quality, creative production workflow, and value with all the connectivity that anyone needs for any recording or performance anywhere.
And Arturia has been proudly introducing it to captivated audiences the world over as part of its ongoing ‘Revolution Is Coming’ tour. This kicked off in Tokyo, Japan on October 13, 2015, taking in several key cities on the Pacific Rim — Nayoga (Japan), Osaka (Japan), and Seoul (South Korea), before hitting South America — Santiago (Chile) and La Paz (Bolivia), then North America — Toronto (Canada), Calgary (Canada), Edmonton (Canada), and, now, New York City (USA)... just in time for the 139th AES Convention at the Jacob Javits Center on October 29 to November 1, bringing together the world’s largest gathering of audio professionals at whom AudioFuse is squarely aimed.
Arturia’s AudioFuse next-generation professional audio interface will be being demoed and displayed in Booth #941 at the 139th AES Convention, October 29 to November 1 in New York City. Come check it out and join the revolution!
The revolution is, indeed, coming, as Australia — Brisbane, Melbourne, and Perth — and Europe — Barcelona (Spain), Valencia (Spain), Madrid, (Spain), Warsaw (Poland), Katowice (Poland), and Krakow (Poland) — are also about to witness, thanks to the continuing ‘Revolution Is Coming’ tour!
For more information about Arturia’s ‘Revolution Is Coming’ tour dates,
please visit the dedicated webpage here: http://www.arturia.com/community/audiofusetour
AudioFuse will be shipping soon and available to buy in a choice of silver, grey, and black colour finishes from
Arturia online or through the company’s global network of dealers and retailers for €549.00 EUR/$599.00 USD.
For more detailed information, please visit the AudioFuse product webpage here:
Take a revolutionary trip beyond AudioFuse in this must-watch video focusing on its
impressive characteristics and measurements: http://youtu.be/FaQnJiVzBMA
About Arturia (www.arturia.com)
Founded in Grenoble, France, in 1999, Arturia specialises in the development of music software and hardware for professional and amateur musicians alike. Focusing on innovation, the company strives to integrate the latest advances in computer music research and technology into its products. This involves working closely with partner research institutions, such as IRCAM France, in the development of cutting-edge musical instruments and software, which have gone on to be used in making many hit records and Hollywood soundtracks. One of Arturia’s core technologies is TAE® (True Analog Emulation), an advanced proprietary technology allowing accurate modelling of analogue circuitry behaviour on personal computers. Developed by Arturia’s in-house Signal Processing team, this technology has been employed to successfully recreate the sounds produced by many classic analogue synthesizers. Having successfully launched Origin, its first hardware synthesizer (housing several synth classics and associated components in one powerful, no-holds-barred DSP-based modular system), and the hybrid hardware/software SPARK Creative Drum Machine (cleverly combining analogue synthesis, physical modelling, and samples with the intuitive workflow of a hardware drum machine), 2012 saw Arturia introducing the cost-conscious MiniBrute, an amazingly compact and bijou analogue monosynth (boasting MIDI, USB, and CV connectivity together with a host of unique features). Having already broadened its appeal further still by successfully entering the iOS soft synth market and building upon its analogue synth and hybrid hardware/softwaresuccesses, 2015 sees Arturia making a grand entrance into the audio interface market with its next-generation AudioFuse.