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Leading Swiss venue equipped with Yamaha, Nexo audio system

The main 300-capacity performance space includes a Yamaha CL3 digital mixing console.

David Davies

Lausanne’s Haute Ecole de Musique (HEMU) – the leading music college in French-speaking Switzerland – recently created a new performance venue in the city’s Le Flon district. Developed to host a wide range of concerts, rehearsals, exams, conferences and film screenings, the BCV Concert Hall features Yamaha and Nexo equipment throughout.

Supplied by Zap Audio and installed by Vevey-based Auditech, the main 300-capacity performance space includes a Yamaha CL3 digital mixing console and Rio3224-D i/o unit. Output is via a Dante network to Dante-fitted Yamaha-Nexo NXAMP4x1 controller-amplifiers and a Nexo GEO S loudspeaker system, Nexo RS15 subs and PS8 surround and stage monitor speakers.

Meanwhile, seven further rooms are each equipped with a Yamaha MG124CX mixing console and a pair of DSR112 loudspeakers. Four DXR8 loudspeakers and nine CDS300 CD players are also installed.

The Dante network is present throughout the entire building, allowing the CL3, Rio3224-D and recording facilities to be ‘plugged in’ anywhere they are needed. This ensures significant flexibility which, combined with the reliability and audio quality of Yamaha and Nexo equipment, means HEMU can derive the maximum return from its investment by also renting out the new venue to a wide range of clients.

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