For Professional Audio
Chapman Theatre Gets Yamaha Active Field Control
On the SVC Podcast, Contributing Editor Bennett Liles talks with Rob Barton of McClelland Sound about the complete sound system installation in Kansas State University's Mark Chapman Theatre. The centerpiece of the project was a Yamaha AFC3 active acoustics system. Rob details the design, planning and installation of this and much more sound gear to allow the venue to accommodate a wide range of events and seating arrangements.
Yamaha Brings Better Sound To Historic German Open Air Theatre
Performances at the outdoor theatre in Ötigheim, near Karlsruhe, attract up to 100,000 visitors each year, thanks in part to their excellent production values. Maintaining a high standard is very important to the ‘not for profit’ owning company Volksschauspiele Ötigheim, which is why a brand new Yamaha mixing and audio management system was installed in time for the 2018 season.
Seoul Music: Yamaha Enhances The Sound Of Walkerhill Hotel & Resort
Sitting on the slopes of Achasan Mountain and overlooking the Hangang River, the Walkerhill Hotel & Resort boasts one of the best views of South Korea’s capital, Seoul. The management of the hotel and its trio of high-end venues recently returned to its owners, SK Networks, which has made a significant investment in upgrading all three, including the installation of Yamaha audio equipment.
RIVAGE PM7 Impresses Indonesian Engineers On Pre-Launch Tour
On 21st May, Yamaha Indonesia held its official launch event for the new RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system. Before this, sound engineers in different cities were able to work with the system on a pre-launch tour of four specially-chosen showcase events. Their response? Very impressed!
RIVAGE PM10 Brings A Superior Subfrantic Experience To Lagos
Every year the Nigerian city of Lagos stages The Experience, an annual gospel music concert held at Talewa Bafewa Square. With a estimated attendance of over 500,000, the audio requirements are huge. Every year the organisers try to improve the event, which is why the latest show featured a RIVAGE PM10 digital mixing system.
Yamaha Nuage Brings Perfect Post Performance To Madrid’s DRAX audio
During the 1970s, 80s and 90s Eurosonic studios, in the centre of Madrid, was one of Spain’s premier recording studios. Since 2011 it has been given a new lease of life by DRAX audio, the latest technical upgrade featuring the installation of a Yamaha Nuage recording and post-production system.
Wise Words - Yamaha Brings A New Sound To The Poetry Café
Located in London’s iconic Covent Garden, the Poetry Café is a cafe and events space for poetry and literature recitals, music, community groups, interdisciplinary arts, craft and much more. A recent refurbishment project has seen a Yamaha audio installation satisfy a diverse client brief.
UDX Conference and UDX Gallery, Tokyo
Akihabara UDX opened in Tokyo’s high-tech Akihabara district in 2006, with restaurants, shops, conference rooms, an event space, theater, clinic, parking, and more. Its all-embracing array of functions and spaces has made it a new Akihabara symbol. In May 2017, 11 years after the complex’s initial opening, the UDX Conference rental meeting rooms on the 6th floor and the UDX Gallery event space on the 4th floor were renovated and updated with the installation of five Yamaha TF1 digital mixing consoles and two Yamaha MRX7-D signal processors. To learn about the system and the process that led to adopting Yamaha equipment for the installation, we spoke to Mr. Takuya Akasaka of INFIELD Inc., the company that operates the facility, and Mr. Eiji Kawashima of ESPATECHNO,Co.,Ltd. the company responsible for the audio/video system.
Battisti’s Brilliance Commemorated With Yamaha RIVAGE PM7
2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the death of Lucio Battisti, one of Italy’s best-loved singer/songwriters. His legacy is kept alive by singer Gianmarco Carroccia who, in late April, marked the anniversary with a live performance of 30 of Battisti’s best-known songs. A Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system mixed the show.
Yamaha PM7: Antidote For Poison Tour
Front of house engineer Mark Woodcock has used the Yamaha RIVAGE PM10 Digital Audio Console on several tours, and now, the current Poison “Nothing But A Good Time” tour is his second gig using the new RIVAGE PM7 Digital Audio Console. “I had the PM7 out earlier in the year on a Bush run,” states Woodcock. “Initially, CLAIR GLOBAL asked if I wanted to try it, and I did about 20 dates with Bush and just loved it. That was the first time mixing a full band going through it, and it was awesome. Now, out with Poison, I asked CLAIR to hold the setup I had on Bush to use for the Poison tour.”