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Britannia Row Productions and Clair Global Invest In Yamaha RIVAGE Mixing Systems
The ongoing success of Yamaha’s RIVAGE family of digital mixing systems continues, with two of the best known names in live music production - Britannia Row Productions and Clair Global - respectively investing in pairs of RIVAGE PM7 and PM10 digital mixing systems.
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.
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.
RIVAGE PM7 Comes To Poland’s PogoArt
As one of Poland’s leading live production companies, Wroclaw-based PogoArt works on some of the country’s highest profile live events, from star-studded festivals and high art opera, to traditional music recitals and corporate conventions. So it came as no surprise that it is the first Polish company to invest in Yamaha’s new RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system.
Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 Makes UK Live Debut With tube uk
The global success of Yamaha’s new RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system continues unabated, with Manchester-based audio specialist tube uk not only being the first UK production company to take delivery of one, but also the first to use it on a UK show.
Yamaha Adds Audio Magic To Fine Dining
Established 20 years ago and set in the heart of rural Essex, the Magic Mushroom restaurant offers contemporary fine dining in relaxed modern surroundings. A recent extension and upgrade has added high quality audio, thanks to Yamaha loudspeakers and amplifiers.
High School Auditorium Gets Major AV Update
Calling the auditorium at Groves High School, located in Beverly Hills, MI, a “multiuse” venue is a bit of an understatement. The school’s thriving theater program, various types of music ensembles, and diversity of film and other events are just one part of its calendar. The 909-seat auditorium also sees use by elementary and middle schools in the area and is rented by local community groups as well as a church.
RIVAGE PM7 Investment Continues AED Rent’s Success With Yamaha
Despite only being launched in February, Yamaha’s RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system is already enjoying tremendous sales success throughout Europe. AED Rent - operating in Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, France and the UK - is one of the latest major rental houses to invest.
Yamaha TF Series, a Digital Mixer Gaining Trust in Various Scenes - Uenogakki Sound Shop GELM
Yamaha’s TF series, a digital mixer for PA’s, are characterized with operability and compact bodies by their touch panels and their application for the iPad. For this interview, We have visited Uenogakki SoundShop GELM, which owns a 3U rack type model of the TF-RACK.
Yamaha TF Series, a Digital Mixer Gaining Trust in Various Scenes - STAR*TECH
Yamaha’s TF series, a digital mixer for PA’s, are characterized with compact bodies and intuitive operability with their touch panels. We visited STAR*TECH, a PA company, which owns a rack mount type model TF-RACK, for this interview. The company has been utilizing the TF-RACK as a main mixer for small and medium sized events, as well as a sub-mixer for larger scenes. Let’s hear the motive of its introduction and the details on how to use it from Mr. Yoshihiro Takada.