News & Events
Yamaha, a Member of the Japan National Chapter of the Unstereotype Alliance, Launches Content to Empower Women in the Music Industry
Based on the idea of contributing to the accomplishment of the SDGs through its business, Yamaha Corporation actively endorses the vision of the Unstereotype Alliance led by UN Women (United Nations Women) and has been a member of the Japan National Chapter since December 2020.
ADECIA Firmware V.1.2.0 Released.
New firmware V1.2.0 adds a mute group function to link microphone muting for each group as an update of overall ADECIA, adds the use of the Web GUI “RM-TT Device Manager”, a push-to-talk function and adds a function to light up the microphone’s LED due to the directionality setting as an update of RM-TT.
Debut of New Model of CFX Yamaha Concert Grand Piano
Yamaha Corporation announces that it began taking orders worldwide on March 2 for the new model of its CFX concert grand piano, Yamaha's flagship acoustic piano.
PC-D / DI Series Firmware V1.0.4 Released
This update contains additional functions based on internal specification changes, and it fixes some bugs. Please read the notice.
Yamaha releases VKE Series loudspeakers for a Wide Range of Installed Applications.
Yamaha Corporation announces new additions to its professional audio lineup: VKE Series loudspeakers.
Yamaha Recognized as 2021 CDP Supplier Engagement Leader
Yamaha Corporation has been recognized for the second consecutive year as one of the highest rated "Leader" in the "Supplier Engagement Rating" conducted by CDP (headquartered in London, UK), a global non-profit organization that addresses environmental issues such as climate change.
RIVAGE PM5 Is Out For Blood
Having scored three UK No.1 albums, in the summer of 2021 Royal Blood set off on a UK tour of headline and festival shows, before heading to Mexico. Front of House engineer Phil Jones discovered that the Yamaha RIVAGE PM5 digital mixing system offers many solutions to difficulties faced by tours in the early 2020s.
Yamaha Delivers The Sound of Japan’s Past, Present and Future in 時の河 Tokinokawa
Throughout December and January, the British Film Institute (BFI) is hosting 時の河 Tokinokawa, a unique audiovisual installation inspired by the BFI National Archive’s moving images from early 20th century Japan. This artwork is the creation of UK media artists The Light Surgeons, with sound reproduction for the installation provided by Yamaha.