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Yamaha Delivers The Sound of Japan’s Past, Present and Future in 時の河 Tokinokawa
Throughout December and January, the British Film Institute (BFI) is hosting 時の河 Tokinokawa, a unique audiovisual installation inspired by the BFI National Archive’s moving images from early 20th century Japan. This artwork is the creation of UK media artists The Light Surgeons, with sound reproduction for the installation provided by Yamaha.
CD-S303RK Firmware Update Ver.1.30 Released
This firmware includes improvement of playability and a bug fix of a CD text display.
Yamaha celebrates a remarkable contribution to music with the Nils Landgren limited-edition YSL-893ZD trombone
A Yamaha artist for more than 35 years, Nils Landgren is one of Europe’s best-known and most innovative jazz trombonists. Now Yamaha celebrates Landgren’s remarkable contribution to music with a special, YSL-893ZD Nils Landgren trombone.
Making music. The ultimate new year’s resolution.
New year is traditionally the time when we take stock of ourselves, resolving to live lives that are more productive, more meaningful and, ultimately, more fulfilling. And what better way could there be to kickstart latent creativity and meet interesting new people than to get involved in making music. But where to start?
DZR / DXS XLF Series Firmware V1.3.0 / V1.3.1 Released
This update contains additional functions based on hardware changes, and it fixes some bugs. Please read the notice.
Update for HDMI Compatibility of Select 2020 AV Receivers with Certain Gaming, Video Devices (December 2021)
From the time we launched several AV receivers in 2020, we stated that we would support emerging HDMI 2.1 capabilities – including pass-through of 4K/120Hz – in these models via future updates. A future hardware update is required on the above AV receivers for customers who plan to connect Xbox Series X or NVIDIA RTX30 at 4K/120Hz to these select AV receivers.
Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 Is The Perfect Fit For Foals’ Nigel Pepper
Changing audio mixing systems is a big decision for live engineers. It can be fraught with difficulty, especially if the specifications don't match the hands-on experience. But, as Foals front of house engineer Nigel Pepper discovered, Yamaha’s RIVAGE PM series completely lives up to its promise.