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RIVAGE PM Firmware V5.10 and related Editor and HY144-D/-SRC Firmware Released

This update adds factory preset libraries for plug-ins, improves Global Paste and some other features, and fixes some bugs. Please read full details on the download page.

Yamaha and NEXO Talk Your Language at ISE 2022

As the constraints caused by the pandemic are gradually coming to an end, Yamaha and NEXO will be exhibiting at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) trade show with the aim of bringing people together again and discussing what the professional audio industry can do to make the world a better place.

Yamaha LAN Monitor V1.7.5 Released

This update contains several new features, please refer to release notes for further details.

Yamaha Launches New Mixing Consoles “MG16X/MG12X/MG10X”

Yamaha has launched its new MG-X models of mixing consoles, designed for the live and installed sound applications where high quality SPX effects are needed.

VXL1-16P Firmware V1.2.0 Released

This update contains additional functions of Remote Control Protocol for SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol).

RIVAGE PM Firmware V5.03 Released

This firmware is an update for maintenance purposes.

Rio3224/1608-D2 Firmware V1.82 Released

This firmware is an update for maintenance purposes.

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.

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.