Yamaha Showcases Flexible Digital Mixing And Networking Solutions For Broadcast At IBC 2019

Digital mixing and networking for the broadcast industry will be the theme of Yamaha’s presence at IBC 2019, highlighting how very flexible Yamaha digital mixing systems of any size and complexity can be quickly constructed for broadcast applications.

The flagship RIVAGE PM10 and PM7 digital mixing systems will be at the centre of attention, showcasing the latest firmware updates which continue to enhance their power, versatility and ease of use.

Alongside the RIVAGE PM systems and the renowned CL, QL and TF series digital mixers, Yamaha will be highlighting its SWP series network switches and the R-series D2 Dante I/O units, the RMio64-D Dante-MADI I/O unit and RSio64-D Dante-Mini YGDAI interface.

All of the Keynote speeches taking place in the Forum at IBC 2019 will also be mixed on a Yamaha CL series mixing console, with those in Room E102 mixed on a QL series console, Both systems will also feature R-series D2 I/O racks and SWP1 network switches.

“IBC is an important platform for us to show how the flexibility, reliability and audio quality of Yamaha digital mixing systems bring many benefits to the broadcast industry,” says the company’s Commercial Audio product manager Stefan Zeiger.

“Whether it is a huge live production with multiple mixing consoles, a small Outside Broadcast vehicle or studio sessions for soundtrack composition, editing or ADR using our Nuage system with Steinberg Nuendo software, Yamaha solutions ensure that broadcast audiences always enjoy the best result.”

Yamaha is exhibiting on Stand C71, Hall 8 at IBC2019, which takes place from 13-17 September 2019 at the RAI in Amsterdam, Netherlands.