Y7 Reverb của Hệ thống RIVAGE PM hợp tác cùng Bricasti Design

Yamaha và Bricasti Design hiện đang hợp tác thiết kế reverb mới mang tính cách mạng cho hệ thống trộn kỹ thuật số RIVAGE PM. Bộ Y7 vượt trội sẽ được tặng kèm miễn phí trong phiên bản mới của Firmware V4.7, giúp tối ưu độ chân thực, mang lại âm thanh với chất lượng và độ khả dụng cao nhất cho các kỹ thuật viên live sound, tăng tiện ích cho người dùng RIVAGE PM.

30 năm nghiên cứu cơ bản và đổi mới sản phẩm. Công nghệ mô hình hóa vật lý hàng đầu trong ngành làm nền tảng cho sức mạnh của K’s Lab.

(Từ DTM STATION. Báo cáo của Ken Fujimoto.)

Chúng tôi đã gặp nhóm nghiên cứu âm thanh, K’s Lab, trong hai bài viết trước: “Việc phát hiện ra một luận án năm 1977 đã dẫn đến một bước đột phá tại bộ phận nghiên cứu K’s Lab của Yamaha cách đây 30 năm” và “Các thiết kế của Rupert Neve từ thập niên 60 và 70 được tái tạo hiện thực bởi nhóm nghiên cứu K’s Lab từ Yamaha”. Ở đây, trong phần thứ ba và cuối cùng của chuỗi bài viết của K’s Lab, chúng ta sẽ tìm hiểu một số bộ xử lý và bộ khuếch đại guitar đã được tạo bằng công nghệ VCM (Mô hình hóa mạch ảo) của họ.

Rupert Neve Designs from the 60s and 70s Realistically Recreated by the Yamaha K’s Lab Research Team

(From DTM STATION. Report by Ken Fujimoto.)

K’s Lab has been a central research group at Yamaha for 30 years, garnering international attention for breakthroughs in physical modeling while leaving an impressive track record in product development. The K’s Lab team put their full technological weight behind the recreation of professional audio gear such as equalizers and compressors originally developed by Rupert Neve in the 60s and 70s. Readers might wonder why Yamaha chose to research products from another manufacturer. The answer lies in the undeniable fact that in many ways Mr. Neve built the foundations of the pro audio industry as we now know it, and it is with the greatest respect that the team now works with Mr. Neve to build the future.

Interview: How the discovery of a 1977 thesis led to a breakthrough at the Yamaha K’s Lab research division 30 years ago

(From DTM STATION. Report by Ken Fujimoto.)

K’s Lab, led by a research fellow, Dr. Toshifumi Kunimoto, has been researching physical modeling systems for more than 30 years, and is one of the most preeminent research groups in its field. We’ll look back at how an unearthed thesis and a unique musical instrument led to the launch of K’s Lab.

Interview: Bringing Shure and Yamaha Technology Together

The seamless integration of Yamaha’s CL/QL Series consoles with Shure’s ULX-D digital wireless systems provided the users with significantly enhanced operability. This interview explores the intimate collaboration between two companies through the eyes of each project leader in product development.

Interview: Chris Taylor on the RIVAGE PM10

Musician, mixing engineer, and sound system designer, Chris Taylor brings a lifetime of experience to Yamaha console design and development. In 2003 Chris joined Yamaha first working as a District Sales Manager for Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems in the US. After 3 years of sales experience he became R&D manager for Yamaha Japan and is currently engaged in helping Yamaha build professional audio consoles.

SWP1 Series Designer Interview

Digital audio networking is rapidly becoming an essential, convenience-enhancing element in live sound and other pro audio applications. Yamaha pro audio products with Dante audio networking capability, including the industry standard CL series digital mixing consoles, are leading the way. SWP1 series network switches are being introduced to take the evolution to the next level. The first Yamaha network router was introduced to the domestic market in 1995. Over the 20 years that followed, Yamaha brought IT and pro audio expertise together in some of the most innovative audio networking solutions available. In the following interview we discuss that background and some of the philosophy behind the SWP1 series network switches with key Yamaha pro audio designers.

Developer Interview: Fader Knobs Refined for Productivity and Motivation

Amid the excitement and frenzy of a live music event there is a cool-headed mixing engineer making vitally important decisions and adjustments. Vocal, guitar, bass, keyboard, drum, and other faders must be precisely controlled to achieve the ideal musical balance. Yamaha’s mission is to support the engineer as he or she focuses intently on every moment of the ongoing musical program, fingertips poised on faders ready to make critical adjustments at any time. That mission led to a journey through a multitude of subtle refinements to the shape and dimensions of the mixing engineer’s most fundamental connection to the console: the fader knobs. The following interview reveals the depth of thought and care that went into the design of the evolved fader knobs introduced in the CL series digital mixing consoles.

The Development of Virtual Circuitry Modeling Audio Effects

From the birth of physical modeling to Portico emulations.

CL Series engineer interview

Yamaha CL series digital mixing consoles represent a new level of refinement. They offer an evolved experience in accessible mixing, plus sonic purity with sound shaping capabilities that will give the most imaginative engineer unprecedented creative freedom. The CL series embodies the leading standards in live sound in their most advanced, most expressive form.


Launched in September 2005, M7CL is Yamaha's 3rd digital mixing console designed for live sound and follows in the footsteps of the successful PM1D and PM5D.