[AES] Arturia to demo AudioFuse at AES show
Arturia's ‘Revolution Is Coming’ presentation show for its AudioFuse audio interface will be at 139th AES Convention.
Arturia introduces its AudioFuse 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 some of the world’s major cities.
Housed in a compact, carefully-constructed chassis capable of going anywhere, AudioFuse is described as a next-generation professional audio interface aimed at setting a new standard in audio quality, creative production workflow, and value with all the connectivity needed for any recording or performance anywhere.
The ongoing ‘Revolution Is Coming’ tour 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 in New York City on October 29 to November 1, where it will be being demoed and displayed in Booth #941.
Australia — Brisbane, Melbourne, and Perth — and Europe — Barcelona (Spain), Valencia (Spain), Madrid, (Spain), Warsaw (Poland), Katowice (Poland), and Krakow (Poland) — are the next destinations of the ‘Revolution Is Coming’ tour!
More information about Arturia’s ‘Revolution Is Coming’ tour dates can be found on the dedicated webpage: https://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 on the AudioFuse itself, the AudioFuse product webpage is located here: https://www.arturia.com/audiofuse/overview
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