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Yamaha TF Series, a Digital Mixer Gaining Trust in Various Scenes - STAR*TECH
Yamaha’s TF series, a digital mixer for PA’s, are characterized with compact bodies and intuitive operability with their touch panels. We visited STAR*TECH, a PA company, which owns a rack mount type model TF-RACK, for this interview. The company has been utilizing the TF-RACK as a main mixer for small and medium sized events, as well as a sub-mixer for larger scenes. Let’s hear the motive of its introduction and the details on how to use it from Mr. Yoshihiro Takada.
Yamaha TF Series, a Digital Mixer Gaining Trust in Various Scenes - SHIKI THEATRE COMPANY
Yamaha’s TF series, digital mixer for PA, have characteristics of compact bodies and intuitive operability with their touch panels. In this episode, we will focus on some examples on introducing rack mount type. TF-RACK is a new model that was released at the end of 2017, which realized further miniaturization from the traditional surface type model. The 3U casing is a compactly equipped with 16 microphones and 16 line in-and line outs, having a maximum mixing capacity of 40 line ins. Moreover, it can be connected with the audio network, Dante by adding an expansion board NY64-D. Since We have heard that it is being used in SHIKI THEATRE COMPANY’s “The Phantom of the Opera”, I have visited the venue KAAT (Kanagawa Arts Theatre) for an interview.
Leading Finnish Production Company Invests In Yamaha RIVAGE PM7
Helsinki-based Sound Engine has become the first Finnish event production company to invest in the new Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system, an investment which also sees the company take on a new role as Yamaha’s product support and training partner for RIVAGE PM7 and PM10 mixers in Finland.
PCC Installs Yamaha AFC At Baldwinsville H.S.
Presentation Concepts Corporation (PCC), a leading technology integrator specializing in audiovisual, performance audio, and commercial sound systems based in Syracuse, NY, PCC operates as a full-service design/build firm providing fully integrated solutions. Recently, the company tackled the installation of a Yamaha Active Field Control (AFC) system in the new 809-seat multi-purpose auditorium at Baldwinsville (NY) High School. AVL Designs acted as consultant for the project.
Yamaha Offers RiverLife Church, Singapore an Experience with RIVAGE PM10 Digital Audio Mixing System
Located in Pasir Ris, RiverLife Church was established in 1988 as a central gathering point for worshippers residing in the eastern heartland of Singapore. The church was previously known as Bartley Christian Church (Pasir Ris Centre) before being officially renamed as an independent body in the year 2000. Despite its small beginnings, RiverLife Church and its members are committed to reaching out and providing support to various groups of people both locally and overseas. This includes hospital visits, support for expectant mothers and youth opportunities. RiverLife church has close to 3,000 worshippers across services on weekends.
Four Into Three: Danish Companies Invest In Yamaha RIVAGE PM7
With the summer festival season just round the corner, bringing live productions from small to huge out into the open air, sales of Yamaha’s new RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system have made a strong start throughout Europe. In Denmark three companies have already invested in four RIVAGE PM7 systems, delivering all the benefits of Yamaha’s very latest audio technology to their clients.
Yamaha Mixes With The Best At Abbey Road
On 14th March around 60 of the UK’s most renowned live mixing engineers, theatre sound designers and representatives of audio rental companies assembled in the legendary Studio Two at London’s Abbey Road Studios for an informal workshop on Yamaha’s RIVAGE PM series digital mixing systems.
Yamaha And Nexo Star In An Out Of This World Concert
A spectacular classical concert heralded the New Year in the city of Montbéliard, eastern France, where an audience of 6400 at the Axone theatre enjoyed the Victor Hugo Franche-Comté Philharmonic Orchestra playing music from Holst’s The Planets, John Williams’ music to the Star Wars film franchise and pieces by William Russo which linked the orchestra with a blues band. A Yamaha RIVAGE PM10 digital mixing system and Nexo PA ensured that both the theatre and a live radio audience enjoyed a stellar sound.
Volvo Studio Aoyama by Volvo Car Japan Limited
There are currently just two Volvo “Downtown Stores” (brand concept stores) in the world; the first in Milan, Italy, and the second in Aoyama, Tokyo, opened in October 2017. Volvo Studio Aoyama features a café and hosts a variety of events designed to introduce Swedish culture and the Volvo brand philosophy to a wider audience. Yamaha VXS5W speakers and VXS10SW subwoofers were chosen for the sound system in this innovative concept store. We asked Mr. Noriyoshi Sekiguchi, director of Marketing Department at Volvo Car Japan Limited, and Ms. Keiko Sano, Studio director at Volvo Studio Aoyama about the store concept. Mr. Hideki Takayama, producer with Visual Solution Department at TAKENAKA Co Ltd, provided some technical details behind the decision to use Yamaha speakers.
Four Degrees West - Yamaha Training Visits Plymouth
Yamaha Commercial Audio UK has a key commitment to training the sound engineers of the future. One of the ways that the company achieves this is through taking training ‘on the road’ to education facilities around the UK. BA (Hons) Live Sound degree students at the Plymouth campus of dBs Music have been the latest to benefit from a session, provided by Yamaha’s Tom Rundle and Chris Irvine.