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Yamaha Ready for AES Show

Yamaha Professional Audio is set to roll at next week’s Audio Engineering Society Convention in Los Angeles. Ready to meet he masses with their passes, Yamaha will have at its booth Rivage PM10 along with CL and QLV4, TFV3 digital audio consoles; the new TF Rack; R Series input/output boxes; SWP1 L2 network switches; the Nuage V1.8 Advanced Production DAW system; Nexo ID24 speakers and more at booth #603, with active products in demo room #512.
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Los Angeles, CA (September 23, 2016)—Yamaha Professional Audio is set to roll at next week’s Audio Engineering Society Convention in Los Angeles. Ready to meet he masses with their passes, Yamaha will have at its booth Rivage PM10 along with CL and QLV4, TFV3 digital audio consoles; the new TF Rack; R Series input/output boxes; SWP1 L2 network switches; the Nuage V1.8 Advanced Production DAW system; Nexo ID24 speakers and more at booth #603, with active products in demo room #512.

The Yamaha Rivage PM10 digital audio console on-hand will be comprised of the CS-R10 control surface, DSP-R10 DSP digital mix engine, RPio622 and RPio222 I/O racks, Hybrid Mic Pre-amps with Rupert Neve SILK emulation, and an array of plugins.

On the studio side, the Nuage V1.8 system features DAW software integration, modular architecture and Dante networking capability, and provides full support for the VST Multi-Panner 3D surround plug-in included with Steinberg’s Nuendo 7.1, offering an environment for Dolby Atmos production.

Version 4 for Yamaha CL and QL Digital Audio Consoles is now available; more than 16 new features are added, including new EQ algorithms inherited from Rivage PM10, a Secondary Cue Bus, and the MBC4 Multiband Compressor. Yamaha plans to update Dante equipped products that will add AES67 support, beginning with the CL/QL series digital mixing consoles and R series I/O racks later this year.

The new Yamaha TF-Rack (pictured) offers the same performance and operability found on TF series mixers in a space-saving rack mount design. Most operations are controlled via a large touch panel.

The Yamaha SWP1 L2 Switches have been designed for sound installation and live sound networking, with DIP switch Dante optimization and graphical interfacing via Windows application

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