All interfaces feature USB-A and USB-C connectivity. The MiniFuse 1 features a single input and two outputs plus headphone monitoring, while the MiniFuse 2 and 4 feature 2 ins/outs and 4 ins/outs respectively in addition to MIDI connectivity and an additional headphone output on the MiniFuse 4.
Thanks to MiniFuse's LoopBack virtual channel, record or stream any additional audio source from your computer, from clips for your podcast to extra sound from your web browser.
MiniFuse comes with an extra USB-A port so you can connect your MIDI keyboard, external drive, or any other USB device within power consumption of 250mA limit.
The combo input is a single connection that lets you connect guitars, synths, instruments, or your microphone of choice. It even comes with phantom power for mics that need it.
Enjoy low-latency audio and recording without a separate power supply - MiniFuse's universal USB-C connection makes things quicker, easier, and clutter-free.
MiniFuse 2 & 4 come with MIDI ins and outs, so you can send/receive MIDI information, record your notes, and easily sync all your devices.
All devices ship with a bundled suite of software including Ableton Live Lite, Arturia Analog Lab Intro, Native Instruments Guitar Rig 6 LE, a selection of Arturia FX plugins and a 3 month free subscription to Antares Auto-tune Unlimited and a Splice Creator Plan.
Pricing: MiniFuse 1 and 2 retail for €99 and €149 respectively, with the MiniFuse 4 being available early 2022.