Yamaha Has All Broadcast Mixing Needs Covered At IBC2017
Yamaha has a digital mixing system suitable for every broadcast application - from the largest to the smallest - and is exhibiting them all at IBC 2017.
At one end of the scale, the flagship RIVAGE PM10 is on demonstration with both the CSR-10 and the new CSR-10-S control surfaces. The CSR-10-S offers the same outstanding operability and functionality as the CS-R10, but is approximately 30% smaller for use in environments with limited space.
The system also features the latest V1.5 firmware, which includes Dan Dugan Sound Design automated mixing, providing automatic gain adjustment of up to 64 speech microphones in real time. As well as suppressing feedback and comb filter effects, it frees the engineer from the need to keep track of numerous faders in challenging, unscripted speech situations. Five groups are provided, so the processing can be divided into as many as five independent automixers.
At the other end of the scale, TF-RACK is a high quality digital mixing solution for mobile or local broadcast studios where space is at a premium. Occupying just 3U in a standard 19-inch rack, the 16+1 stereo in, 16 out digital mixer features 40 input mixing channels, 20 Aux buses, eight DCA groups with Roll-Out, comprehensive I/O connections and exceptional ease of setup and operation. It can be set up and operated by wireless apps, allowing it to be used in even in the smallest space.
Uniquely for digital mixers in this price range, all TF series consoles also feature Dan Dugan Sound Design automixing, which can be applied to up to eight channels. An optional NY64-D interface card and Tio1608-D I/O can be used to integrate it into a Dante network.
Yamaha is also showing it’s CL, QL and desktop TF series digital mixing consoles, R-series Dante I/O units, RMio64-D Dante-MADI I/O unit, RSio64-D Dante-Mini YGDAI interface and the new SWP1 series network switches.