AudioFuseThe first update since the release of Arturia’s AudioFuse audio is now available. The update brings the 3ms latency of its Mac performance to Windows systems, as well as greater CPU efficiency, and a Sleep mode.

Smaller buffer sizes (eight samples) in the latest driver bring latency improvement of between 30 per cent and 45 per cent without reducing CPU performance, and total round-trip latency to as low as 3ms. There are also general stability improvements, ensuring no information is lost even at the most demanding settings. Windows users will get improved CPU use, with extra efficiency supporting more tracks, more effects and more virtual instruments in a DAWs.

A new Sleep mode can be enabled by holding down the Arturia button, powering down a unit when not in use. Users will also be able to access the technical measurements of their specific unit in the MyArturia section of the Arturia website.

More: www.arturia.com

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