News & Events
Yamaha Shows New Products And Updates At IBC2018
Yamaha has a digital mixing solution suitable for every type of broadcast need, from the biggest event to the most compact studio or outside broadcast facility. All will be on show at IBC2018, including new products and updated firmware. Yamaha systems will also be mixing keynote speeches and other presentations throughout the show.
MMP1 Version 1.1 Adds Support for CB Electronics TMC-1 Remote Control
With MMP1 Version 1.1, the TMC-1 monitor controller can be used to remotely control MMP1 monitor source selection, speaker system selection, levels, mute, and dim. Used in conjunction with the MMP1 Controller app for iPad, this provides convenient access to a wide range of detailed settings, for a more efficient, productive monitoring environment.
Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 Masters Papal Challenge At Croke Park
Despite lasting just 36 hours, the first papal visit to the Republic of Ireland for 40 years attracted global headlines and many thousands of Catholics who wanted to be in the presence His Holiness Pope Francis. Dublin’s Croke Park stadium was the setting of the Festival of Families - the climax of the triennial six-day World Meeting of Families - a major live event which featured a wide array of entertainment and the Supreme Pontiff addressing the 82,500-strong, sold-out crowd. A Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system was entrusted with managing and mixing the event’s Front of House (FoH) sound.
New Power and Performance for Live Recording. Nuendo Live 2 Now Bundled with CL/QL/TF Series Consoles.
September 12, 2018. Shizuoka, Japan. – Steinberg Nuendo Live multitrack live recording software currently bundled with Yamaha CL, QL, and TF series digital mixing consoles will be updated to Nuendo Live 2.
FamilyMart Fit&Go Fitness Club in Tokyo
The 24-hour Fit&Go fitness club established in February 2018 near Nagahara station in Tokyo’s Ota ward represents a new business venture by FamilyMart UNY Holdings Co., Ltd., a major convenience store operator in Japan. The club is in a prime location close to the Nagahara railway station, above a FamilyMart convenience store on the first floor. Fit&Go is a new style of fitness club that, like the convenience store, offers easy access at any hour of the day or night. A Yamaha BGM system was chosen for Fit&Go, so we spoke to Ms. Tomoko Shigeru, Assistant General Manager of the FamilyMart Sports and Medical Department, New Business Development Division, and Ms. Ai Ikenaga, manager of the Fit&Go fitness club, to learn more about it.
Platinum Sound - Yamaha Indonesia Aids Popular Bali Jazz Festival
For the past six years, the Balinese town of Ubud has attracted an increasing following of global jazz fans, thanks to the annual Ubud Village Jazz Festival. Held in early August, Yamaha Indonesia has been a Platinum sponsor of the event since its second year. This year Yamaha provided a RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system and DZR series powered loudspeakers - used for the first time at the festival since their launch earlier in 2018 - as well as technical support.
Nuage And Nuendo Are The Clearcut Choice For Leading London Studio
Currently celebrating its 25th anniversary, Clearcut Sound Studios is one of London’s premier post-production facilities. Its clients include leading advertising agencies and broadcasters, the company working with television, radio, cinema and online media. A fast, dependable workflow is essential, which is why the business relies on Yamaha Nuage and Steinberg Nuendo.
ProVisionaire Touch V2.1 supports VXL series "P Model"
"ProVisionaire Touch", the iPad application that lets the customer create an original touch panel controller suitable for their installed system and use-case simply by using intuitive tablet-based operations without requiring the acquisition of special programming skills, has been updated to V2.1. This supports the "VXL series P model" of Dante PoE powered speakers.
Yamaha Enhances Gunnersbury Park Restoration
June 2018 saw the completion of a multi-million pound refurbishment of Gunnersbury Park Museum in west London, a key part of the plan to restore Gunnersbury Park which surrounds it. A Yamaha audio system was specified to deliver high quality, flexible sound without impacting on the building’s visual appeal.