The new Rivage PM10 of Yamaha digital mixing console gives home to a new generation of more powerful and flexible for the musical productions live sound tables large scale.
For more than one decade, PM1D and PM5D digital mixing consoles of Yamaha they have been essential worldwide for musical productions live on a large scale. Now, the new Rivage PM10, which contributes to the iconic name PM still higher levels of quality, flexibility, functionality and reliability, aims to become a new ship brand logo that will redefine the market of digital sound tables.
Yamaha Rivage PM10 includes many of the innovations of the company and already constitutes a milestone in the market of large-format digital mixing consoles. In its design the most important has been give the best possible sound, achieved with hybrid RY16-ML-SILK, newly developed microphone preamplifier.
This unique design of the console features an analog section that offers a uniform natural sound, even to gain high, which combines with a 96 kHz and 24-bit a/d converter, as well as digital modeling improved for the circuitry company VCM d (e) transformer Rupert Neve Designs and processed Silk.
Sound engineer can have a way of completely transparent sound input, or using Silk Red and Blue modes and control Texture of the channel selected in the console, to be very creative with the color and character of each input specific.
With Rivage PM10, the company has taken one step further in its collaboration with other manufacturers. In addition to forging a closer link with Rupert Neve RY16-ML-SILK development, presents new models VCM of Rupert EQ773, Rupert Comp 754 and Rupert EQ810 Rupert Comp 830.
The company has also collaborated with TC Electronic to include two surprising reverbs: of simulation of room VSS4HD and the stereo of great creativity NonLin2, such as occur in their devices System 6000. Furthermore, its joint work with Eventide to add the H3000-Live ultra-armonizador as future standard of the Rivage PM10 system.
Intuitive and flexible
The system is controlled by a user interface that will be familiar to all those who work with Yamaha consoles, offering even more flexible operation. One of the most important and attractive Rivage PM10 control surface is a section Selected comprehensive Channel, which was a key element of the PM1D and PM5D consoles and now has also been instrumental in the design of the user interface of the new co nsola.
Bands of channels of the control surface extends virtually perfect shape about two 15-inch touch screens, while rotary encoders have indicators on ring type 'Horseshoe' for optimum visibility. If necessary, you can add a third screen by one takes DVI.
Other innovations include four USB connections for data storage, mouse and keyboard control and functions very improved Scene, dual monitor buses, the possibility of using up to 384 effects processors at the same time, as well as two USB recording tracks.
The axis of the Rivage PM10 system is the newly developed network in ring Yamaha TwinLANe, which can handle up to 400 channels of audio at 96 kHz, 32-bit on distances up to 300 meters. With it you can connect up to eight drives RPio622 and, at the time of the launch, up to two control surfaces CS-R10 and two systems DSP-R10 (to be expanded in a future update).
The RPio622 has six of the new Yamaha RY card slots, to insert three different types of I/O card, thus providing up to 96 Mic Preamps for casting. In addition, both RPio622 and the DSP-R10 system with the new card HY slots (two and four, respectively) for more I/O (only needed a HY slot in both to connect the units to the TwinLANe network), while the three components of system hardware have two of MY card from this manufacturer of audio slots known.
With the control surface CS-R10, which also features 8 x 8 analog I/O local and 8 x 8 I/O AES3 with conversion of sampling frequency, Rivage PM10 fully expanded system can accommodate more than 3,000 I/O and it is possible to use a new card HY-optional Dante to integrate recording multi-track or other hardware, including other Yamaha digital consoles.
As noted Chihaya 'Chick' Hirai, director of Yamaha Pro Audio division, "for several years, the market wondered when Yamaha released a new digital console advanced productions on a large scale. We have always said that when it happened, it would be a point of reference in the market similar to that at the time happened with PM1D and PM5D. Therefore, I am pleased tremendously affirm that, with Rivage PM10, that time has come. We believe that it will be another milestone in the history of digital sound tables. "This system will be more flexible, easier to use and more reliable for all big events".
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