Yamaha CP88 Stage Piano and Sonogenic SHS-500 Keytar Selected in the German Design Award 2021
Yamaha Corporation's CP88 stage piano and Sonogenic SHS-500 keytar have been selected for "Special Mention" in the internationally prestigious German Design Award 2021.
Yamaha assists with remote entrance exams at Freiburg University of Music
Yamaha Corporation has cooperated with Freiburg University of Music (in Freiburg, Germany) to facilitate the entrance examinations conducted on June 10, using our Disklavier™ pianos with an automatic performance function. Yamaha supported these remote entrance exams by connecting pianos in Germany with Japan and China over the Internet, enabling examinees to take practical piano performance exams from remote locations.
Yamaha Tests New Style of Spectating using Remote Cheering System with Two Professional Baseball Teams in Japan
Yamaha Corporation will be offering its currently in-development remote cheering system 'Remote Cheerer powered by SoundUD' from July 7 for tests conducted with Hanshin Tigers Co., Ltd. (based in Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture) and Chiba Lotte Marines Co., Ltd. (based in Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture) in matches at Hanshin Koshien Stadium and ZOZO Marine Stadium. This system aims to become a new way of watching sports in an age of remote support for matches.
Yamaha Begins Remote Cheering Project with 26 Professional Football Clubs in Japan, Aimed at Creating a New Normal for Sports Fans Cheering from Home
Yamaha Corporation has started offering its currently in-development remote cheering system 'Remote Cheerer powered by SoundUD' from June 27 to enable remote cheering for 26 football clubs at selected MEIJI YASUDA J1 LEAGUE matches, MEIJI YASUDA J2 LEAGUE matches, and MEIJI YASUDA J3 LEAGUE matches, which aims to become a new way of spectating sports in an age of remote support for matches.
Yamaha Reveals Remote Cheering System in Field Test Assisted by Two Professional Football Clubs in Japan
Yamaha Corporation announces that on Wednesday, May 13, it conducted a field test of its "Remote Cheerer powered by SoundUD" system at Shizuoka Stadium ECOPA, one of Japan's largest stadiums, with cooperation from Júbilo Iwata and Shimizu S-Pulse, two top professional football clubs in Japan.