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AudioTechnology is the most thorough and informative publication to have ever served the audio market in this region. Published bi-monthly in a prestigious full colour perfect-bound format, AudioTechnology is a world-class title the equal (or the envy) of anything of its type worldwide.
Each edition brings:
- Thorough in-depth interviews with working professionals
- The very latest techniques and tips
- Documentary-style feature stories
- Informative and educational tutorials
- 'How-to' articles and DIY constructional projects
- Detailed product testing with uniform review criteria
- Interviews with the people responsible for new and significant technologies.
Through our international connections, AudioTechnology presents the ‘big picture’, reporting on international global views and relating them sensibly to the local market. AudioTechnology is designed with the reader in mind, presenting the facts in a clear, humourous and sophisticated manner.
The very nature of the audio industry is subjective and, quite often, ambiguous. Users of audio technology work in a multitude of disciplines across the audio spectrum, and have specific needs and requirements. They are also creative and artistic people, with a strong sense of audio and visual aesthetics. Unlike other technical magazines, AudioTechnology’s clean design and modern visual presentation guarantees its appeal to all users of audio technology, and provide a clear differentiation between editorial and advertising.
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AN ARTURIA AUDIOFUSE INTERFACE WORTH $999
It took Arturia over two years to get the Audiofuse exactly right, but it’s been worth the wait. Often considered too small to take seriously, desktop interfaces usually aren’t worth much fanfare, but Arturia has managed to turn the Audiofuse’s backplate into Swiss cheese. There’s so much I/O onboard, it puts many rackmount interfaces to shame. A phono preamp, USB hub, reamp output and dual headphone amps are just some of the features rammed into this CD cover-sized device. To cap it
all off, Arturia squeezed enough knobs and buttons to easily control almost every parameter without diving through menus or scrolling endlessly with a single ‘big knob’. It’s a refreshing considered approach to the humble desktop interface, and best of all, the two in-house-designed DiscretePro mic preamps hold their own against the big boys.
Thanks to CMI Music & Audio we have one of these I/O-stuffed studio hubs to give away. All you have to do to go into the running is subscribe or re-subscribe to AudioTechnology’s print edition and answer the following question.
Which of the following features are built into Arturia’s Audiofuse desktop interface?
[A] RIAA phono preamp
[B] USB hub
[C] Reamp output
[D] All of the above
Please enter your answer in the order & delivery comments box on the shopping basket page.
The competition is a game of skill that’s open to new subscribers and re-subscribers in Australia. The competition cutoff date is 29/9/17. Entries will be judged by AudioTechnology staff and winners will be notified by phone or email and announced in a following issue of the AudioTechnology magazine. The judges’ decision will be final and no further correspondence will be entered into.