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From Digital and Analog Consoles to NUAGE, Yamaha Brings Range of Products to InfoComm

Stop by Yamaha’s booth #C11116 at InfoComm 2016 to learn about its RIVAGE PM10, NUAGE Advanced Production DAW system, the V4.0 firmware update and much more.

CI Staff

Yamaha Professional Audio is prepared to show InfoComm attendees an abundance of its latest products and solutions during this year’s show in Las Vegas from June 8-10.

From its flagship RIVAGE PM10 to its latest versions of CL, QL and TF Digital Audio Consoles, MG analog mixers, its NUAGE Advanced Production DAW system and new HS-I Series speakers, Yamaha’s booth #C11116 will showcase products for attendees working in the house of worship market and music and entertainment industry.

Yamaha’s RIVAGE PM10 Digital Audio Console is comprised of the CS-R10 control surface, DSP-R10 DSP digital mix engine, RPio622 and RPio222 I/O racks, three types of RY cards and two types of HY cards providing flexibility to configure and ideally match the scale and functional requirements of any application.

The NUAGE Advanced Production DAW system features tight DAW software integration, impressive operability, module architecture and Dante networking capability.

According to the Yamaha press release, NUAGE systems are currently being installed in audio post-production and recording facilities around the world.

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Yamaha has also announced that a firmware update is now available for both CL and QL Series Digital Audio Consoles. The V4.0 firmware update offers new features and enhanced operation, along with new Channel EQ algorithms, a Multi-Band Compressor device, a second Cue bus and other features that provide live sound support.

StageMix application software for the iPad and related software is also updated in V6.0.

Control of the Shure ULX-D wireless microphone systems includes channel name entry, receiver gain and muting, plus monitoring of receiver gain, mute, frequency, diversity, battery, RF strength and audio level are now available via the CL and QL Series Touch Displays. 

In addition, personal monitor mixing for up to 10 is now available through the no-charge MonitorMix app for IOS.

Here’s more from the Yamaha press release:

TF Series firmware update V2.5 includes a number of highly anticipated new features that will expand the appeal of the TF consoles for an even wider range of pro audio applications. V2.5 adds Matrix Outputs with output Delay, a feature that a large number of mixing engineers have requested, as well as a simple Output Delay as Insert FX that will add significantly to the flexibility of systems that include TF consoles.

With an intuitive, easy-to-use interface, the Yamaha MG Series of analog consoles boasts an extensive lineup of compact mixing consoles with models ranging from six to twenty channels, suitable for a diverse range of users and applications. For installed, recording, or live music settings, the solid construction and flexible design of these consoles lets you shape your sound with confidence, continually delivering peak performance and a level of sound quality and reliability unrivalled in its class.

The new additions to the Yamaha HS-I Series speakers include the signature sound and iconic Yamaha white woofer, along with mounting points compatible with optional brackets for wall, ceiling, and baton mount applications. The speakers are available in both black and white.

For more information on Yamaha products, visit Yamaha Professional Audio during InfoComm 2016, Booth # C11116.

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