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It’s been a long time coming, but Arturia’s much-anticipated audio interface has arrived. Dave Gale strikes a match and retires to a safe distance…



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I t’s finally here… The AudioFuse, billed by Arturia as an ‘advanced audio interface’, packs an awful lot into a very small package, measuring around 125mm per side, and with a slightly angled front fascia, all rounded off with a lid and available in a number of different colours. It has quite a pleasing form factor, with some lovely symmetry of layout, on the panel. One thing I was confused about, when this product was first announced, was the response that Arturia had to trailing cables, and most notably Looms, that some companies have opted to adopt in order to get multiple signals in and out of the interface. This made me wonder if the AudioFuse would be some form of wireless device, but while it isn’t wireless, neither does it have a loom attached; AudioFuse offers a pair of Neumann Mic/Jack inputs on the front, along with a pair of sensibly mounted headphone jack outputs, in both 1/4-inch and 1/8-inch formats.

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