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Hi We would like to Beta test if possible?
I'm an audio engineer and I would like to test it in one of my concert productions


Audiofusion responded on 05/27/2018
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Hello Maor,
I will send over an email to get you started with the beta version.
I will look forward to hearing more about your concert.
Thanks,
Brandon

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I'm very interested in this application and just purchased a digital mixer to prepare for it! I have a Mac running 10.12.6 and can't upgrade to 10.13 for a while. Will it work on 10.12.6 and can I try to the beta?


Audiofusion responded on 05/27/2018
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Hello Alasdair,
Yes. I will send you an email to get you started with the beta version which will run on 10.12
thanks,
Brandon

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The App Store is telling me I need to update to High Sierra to preorder, but you're specs say I just need Sierra? Can I purchase directly from you? I'm interested in giving the system a try.


Audiofusion responded on 05/27/2018
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Hi David,
I will send you an email to get you started with the beta version while we get things sorted out on the app store.
thanks,
Brandon

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Hi! We'd like to use this to monitor multi-channel audio in a reality television production. Is there a way we can beta test it? We would install enterprise level WiFi for the clients.


Audiofusion responded on 05/27/2018
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Hi Peter,
We would love to have you test it. Maybe you could also demo it at the expo in Boston. I would love to come in person be I have a prior commitment at a conference in Nashville that week. I will send over an email to get you started.
Thanks,
Brandon

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At some point, will there be a PC platform for Audiofusion?


Audiofusion responded on 05/25/2018
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Probably 3 to 4 months away from the Android version.

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Can you use this on android devices yet?


Audiofusion responded on 05/25/2018
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We are likely 3 to 4 months away from the Android version. You can pick up a used iPhone 6 for under $200...

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We are a midsize church with an Allen & Heath board, and are familiar with the ME1 personal mixing systems that allow each musician to mix 40 channels. One of the best features of this system is the ability to create groups and control the volume of the entire group. So we have a group setup for drums so you don't have to individually adjust the volume of each of the 8 channels, you can just turn up the group. Does your software offer a similar feature? We love the ME1's but the wireless aspect of your system is very appealing.


Audiofusion responded on 05/25/2018
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We are limiting our system to only 16 channels with our 1.0 release. However, several testers are using Audio Fusion in conjunction with the Allen & Heath app as a way of accessing all the channels. You route the aux mixes to the USB outs instead of individual channels. The musicians use the A&H app to control their mix while allowing Audio Fusion to deliver the audio in the background on the same device. Send me an email if you would like to test it.
leafblad@audiofusionsystems.com
Thanks,
Brandon

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I'm not sure our wireless strength is good enough but I'd like to try this out. Is there a limited trial program? Only a few instruments or something?


Audiofusion responded on 05/25/2018
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Hi Robert,
I just sent over an email to get you started.
Thanks,
Brandon

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Hi We would love to Beta test test this at one of our campuses, if possible?


Audiofusion responded on 05/25/2018
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Hi Larry,
I just sent over an email to get you started.
Thanks,
Brandon