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Three Yamaha Designs Selected in the Good Design Awards 2022
Yamaha Corporation announces that three of its designs this year have received a Good Design Award, which is an award sponsored by the Japan Institute of Design Promotion: namely, the AG01 live streaming USB microphone, the "Intercom via your Smartphone powered by SoundUD" intercom system for facilities, and the "Text and Sound Based Multilingual Announcement System powered by SoundUD" public announcement system. The Multilingual Announcement System was also chosen for the Good Design Best 100, which consists of designs that have received especially high evaluations.
Yamaha Is On The Money At The Library of Mistakes
Edinburgh's Library of Mistakes is a unique, free learning resource, which focuses on the world's business and financial history. Its recent move to new premises has seen Yamaha processing and speakers installed to assist with its programme of lectures, live streams and podcasts.
ProVisionaire Control/Touch V3.10.0 Released
New features: Now supports Digital Mixing System RIVAGE PM series CSD-R7, DSP-R10, DSP-RX, DSP-RX-EX, and Boundary Microphone RM-TT.
ADECIA Making the Grade at University of Arizona
A big reason why we went with Yamaha was the set up. It was extremely easy to do.
PX Series Firmware V1.64 Released
This update adds the SP PRESET of VKE, VC, VC-N, and VXH Series, and fixes some bugs. Please read full details on the download page.
Big Room Conferencing
Addressing modern remote meeting challenges with Yamaha’s versatile conferencing systems.
Yamaha Expands Its Portable Sound Solutions With STAGEPAS 1K mkII and DXL1K
Yamaha Corporation has announced new additions to its professional audio lineup: STAGEPAS 1K mkII portable PA system and DXL1K powered loudspeaker.
Winning sound at Yamaha Motor Racing headquarters
ADECIA delivers clearer audio for more productive meetings and is a suitable solution for prestigious rooms.
"This Is Beautiful" - Front of House Engineer Brad Divens Switches To RIVAGE PM
After hanging up his bass guitar from his time in bands like Kix and Wrathchild America, Brad Divens has been the Front of House engineer for a range of major artists, including Linkin Park, Cyndi Lauper, Garbage, Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band and Mötley Crüe. This summer he mixed major European shows for Enrique Iglesias where, since switching to a Yamaha RIVAGE PM digital mixing system, he was able to bid a final farewell to years of touring with outboard racks.