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Yamaha RIVAGE PM10 playing key role in Urinetown
For a period of just over three weeks, Singaporeans were given the opportunity of an insight into a strange, dystopian world: “Urinetown.” In case your eyebrows just went up because you haven’t heard of it before despite it having won several awards including three Tonys and even more nominations, and despite it nearing its 20th anniversary since debuting in New York City, fret not, yours truly was as surprised -- and curious.
City Church Ready for the Future with Yamaha QL5 Digital Mixing Console
The City Church, a growing non-denominational Christian ministry based in San Diego, emphasizes sound quality and performance. That was clear to Jason Arguello the first time he pulled up to the church where he would soon be the sound engineer.
Yamaha RIVAGE Mixing Consoles Shine for Thunder Audio at Detroit Jazz Festival
Thunder Audio Inc., now in its 40th year of business, is one of the largest audio production companies in the U.S., handling a diverse annual workload of corporate events, national touring concert acts, local and national live productions and festivals.
Northwest University Expands with Yamaha CL5 Mixing Console
From managing the audio production for weekly chapel services throughout the school year, to mixing multiple live bands to educating aspiring engineers training for careers in live sound, Greg Hearns has his hands full at the Chapel Auditorium at Northwest University.
First Christian Church Handles Worship and Community Events with New NEXO System
The term "multi-use venue" is common among houses of worship and a perfect example is First Christian Church (FCC) in Kernersville, North Carolina, more accurately described as a "gymatorium" by worship pastor Drew Grounds.
Montgomery Performing Arts Centre Upgrades with Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 and CL5 Mixing Consoles
The Montgomery Performing Arts Centre (MPAC) now has an audio mixing workflow worthy of the theater's sonic characteristics, with the recent additions of Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 and CL5 digital consoles.
Arxiduc Audio Invests In Yamaha RIVAGE PM10
Arxiduc Audio Co. Ltd. was established in Yokohama, Japan, in 2013 to serve the PA and sound reinforcement market. The company maintains a fleet of Yamaha mixing consoles, including CL and QL series models, and in 2016 acquired Yamaha’s flagship RIVAGE PM10 Digital Mixing System with a CS-R10-S control surface. A year later, a CS-R10 control surface was added to handle larger applications, giving Arxiduc Audio the flexibility of operating two RIVAGE PM10 configurations. We asked chief engineer Hiroaki Otsubo and technical support engineer Osamu Sato about their decision to adopt the RIVAGE PM10, and how they like it.
Wine, Wireless and Song: Eleven Yamaha Digital Mixing Systems Ensure ‘Once A Generation’ Swiss Spectacular Enjoys A Vintage Year
Approximately every 20 years, the ‘once in a generation’ Fête des Vignerons takes over the Swiss town of Vevey for a month in July and August. Featuring 6,400 performers, musicians and singers, 2,000 lighting fixtures, 612 loudspeakers and over 300 channels of wireless microphones, 11 Yamaha digital mixing systems were needed for the centrepiece production of the 2019 event.
A Quarter Of A Million Fans Enjoy Dutch Superstar Marco Borsato’s Stadium Shows, Aided By Yamaha’s RIVAGE PM7
In late May and early June, Dutch superstar Marco Borsato became the first artist to play five sold-out stadium shows at De Kuip, home of Feyenoord Rotterdam football club. A Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system helped ensure that Marco, his band and an array of guest vocalists gave a quarter of a million fans an unforgettable experience.
Raphael Steps Up To RIVAGE PM7 On RESinphónico Tour
With over 50 albums recorded and the unusual distinction of being awarded a ‘uranium’ disc, singer Raphael is one of the most successful Spanish performers in in the country’s recent history. Still touring in his mid-70s, a Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system is currently showcasing his greatest hits in a new orchestral tour.