News & Events

ADECIA / RM-CG Firmware V1.0.2 Released.

New firmware V1.0.2 provides new functionality and improvements to Web GUI as well as audio tuning for ADECIA.

YVC-330 Firmware Version 1.20 Released.

New firmware Ver.1.20 fully enables the Zoom functionalities and added some further improvements.

Yamaha to Release V4.5 of TF Series, Featuring Audix Mic Presets and More Flexible USB Output Specs for Streaming

Yamaha releases regular software updates to continue to give sound engineers constant access to high-quality, user-friendly functions.

RIVAGE PM Firmware V4.71, RIVAGE PM Editor V4.7.1 Released.

Fixed the problem in which audio input to MY-SLOT 1 of CS-R5 and CS-R3 was 1.3dB higher in level than MY-SLOT 2.

RIVAGE PM7 Brings The Music Back At Italian Festival

The end of July 2020 was significant for Italian festival organisers, as they were able to organise some events after the country’s initial Covid-19 lockdown. One of the first was the 10th anniversary Reload Sound Festival, in Biella, northern Italy, where obligatory self-certification and wearing of masks helped to bring some welcome musical sunshine to the Italian summer.

VXL1-16P Firmware V1.1.0 Released.

New features : Now supports the RM series devices from Yamaha's ADECIA solution and supports detection/automatic patches operations from RM-CR, by using RM-CR's Web UI.

Yamaha releases MSP3A compact powered reference monitors that reproduce sound faithfully

Yamaha Corporation announces a new addition to its professional audio lineup: MSP3A Powered Monitor Speakers.

MTX-MRX Editor V4.0.1 for Win10 and Firmware V4.00 Released.

Fixed some problems.

RIVAGE PM Firmware V4.70, RIVAGE PM Editor V4.7.0 Released.

New features:Added a new plug-in - “Bricasti Design Y7 Stereo Reverb Processor”. Improved the Event List functionality so that the order of timecode events can be freely changed.

Hilversum’s Studiohuyz Delivers Online Excellence With Yamaha TF-RACK

Historically famous as one of Europe’s major broadcasting hubs, the Dutch city of Hilversum is still host to many media organisations, radio and television broadcast studios. Tucked away in between the larger studios is Studiohuyz, where a Yamaha TF-RACK mixer plays a key part in creating a wide range of webinars and other online broadcast content.