The advanced Rev-X reverb algorithm, originally developed for high-end stand-alone reverb units, is now available in plug-in form.
While many digital "simulations" of classic analog circuits and effects merely scratch the surface, Yamaha's Add-on Effects offer realism that extends to every sonic nuance and detail. These valuable signal-processing plug-ins owe their awesome processing power to the 96-kHz audio DSP capabilities of Yamaha digital mixing consoles, and can be used with DM/0 series digital mixing consoles as well as the PM5D. When used with Studio Manager V2 software, the Add-On Effects provide an efficient, intuitive graphical interface that makes operation a simple pleasure.Yamaha Add-on Effects are based on innovative Virtual Circuit Modeling technology that, rather than simply attempting to approach the desired sound using conventional digital audio methods, actually models the original analog circuitry - right down to the last resistor and capacitor. Also available is a package of spatial effects that deliver unprecedented control for spatial surround processing using innovative Yamaha iSSP (Interactive Spatial Sound Processing) technology. The Add-On Effects are capable of capturing subtleties that simple digital simulations cannot even approach, in effect going beyond simple simulation and delivering the truly musical performance that makes classic analog gear valuable assets even in today's digital production environment.
Audio & Video
- 2/8/2016 [Commercial Audio]
- Nuage Embraces Dolby Atmos
Nuage Version 1.8 Released with Full Nuendo 7 Support
- 5/4/2016 [Commercial Audio]
- Yamaha Caters For All At ProLight+Sound 2016
Yamaha’s presence at ProLight+Sound 2016 will include a wide range of new and recently-launched products, which cater for applications throughout the professional audio industry.
- 10/8/2015 [Commercial Audio]
- Yamaha Releases the New DXS18 Powered Subwoofer
The new model builds on the established design ethic of its predecessors, the DXS12 and DXS15, improving cabinet construction, DSP processing, protection functions, and crossover control, as well as offering new, flexible features and higher power output suitable for larger or more professional applications.