As a result we get a rich, complex and rewarding environment that's always exquisitely crafted, much like Trials Fusion itself. But unlike Trials Fusion, the new tools are completely analog, and that means that the finesse and weight you expect from a $5,000 per head amplifier will transfer directly to your mix. Take a look at the video below to see the difference.
Finally, with the possibility of running 24 tracks in total, 8 on each of two phantom channels, Fusion's capabilities go way beyond four-ways, with a data rate that's 9x that of typical audio interfaces. Add to that its ergonomics, patching, macroing, sequencing and faders and you'll see why just about every mix engineer now owns one.
It is also available for the Mac and iOS. Support is varying based on platform, though that will - hopefully - be resolved ahead of its release on PC - which is also far from assured if you're on Windows Vista.
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