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Yamaha Launches New White DZR/DXS XLF Powered and CZR/CXS XLF Passive Loudspeakers and Subwoofers at the NAMM Show 2020.
At the NAMM Show 2020, Yamaha is launching new white models of its flagship DZR/CZR series and DXS XLF/CXS XLF loudspeakers / subwoofers.
TF Series / TF-RACK Firmware and Editor V4.02 Released.
The purpose of this fimware release is bug fixing.
Yamaha Professional Audio Technology Does Double Duty at Winter NAMM 2020
Yamaha professional audio products will be on display — and in action — at the 2020 Winter NAMM Show. Inside the Anaheim Marriott's Marquis Ballroom and Elite Lounge, more than 34,000 square feet of Yamaha exhibit space will include the company's full line of digital mixing consoles, amplifiers and loudspeakers, plus the latest audio production tools from Steinberg Media Technologies and loudspeakers from NEXO, both Yamaha companies.
Yamaha Pro Audio Celebrates 50 Years of Innovation and Collaboration With Our Customers
As we look back on our full 50 years since developing Yamaha’s very first professional audio product in 1969, we’d like to take this occasion to thank all of our customers—from end-users and dealers, to consultants and installers— for choosing our products, and Yamaha Pro Audio in general as a partner for your musical journey.
"The Legacy Tour" Uses Legendary Yamaha PM10
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Yamaha Canada School #PAGoals Contest
Show us your school's broken PA system and you could win brand new PA!
Yamaha Opens New $100m Innovation Center At Its Japanese Headquarters
Yamaha has been at the forefront of the professional audio industry for many decades. The corporation is committed to maintaining this position and, to achieve this, it has opened a brand new, $100m Innovation Center at its headquarters in Hamamatsu, Japan.
3 more chapters added to How To Mix Live Music training video series.
Chapter 19 "Noise Gates", chapter 20 "Output Compression" and chapter 21 "Reverb" are now added to the series. Andy will go on to explain further about more signal processing.