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PFL Group Boosts Its Yamaha Inventory With New QL Consoles
Established 21 years ago, the PFL Group has grown to become one of the Benelux countries’ leading technical production businesses, servicing over 1500 projects annually with high quality sound, lighting, video and set productions. Constantly developing to meet the demands of its customers, PFL has just invested in more Yamaha digital mixing consoles.
Yamaha RIVAGE PM10 playing key role in Urinetown
For a period of just over three weeks, Singaporeans were given the opportunity of an insight into a strange, dystopian world: “Urinetown.” In case your eyebrows just went up because you haven’t heard of it before despite it having won several awards including three Tonys and even more nominations, and despite it nearing its 20th anniversary since debuting in New York City, fret not, yours truly was as surprised -- and curious.
Yamaha Enjoys Sky High Slovak Success
Fast jets, amazing aerobatics and classic warbirds have an enduring appeal to aviation fans and families alike. One of Europe’s premier air shows is the annual Slovak International Air Fest (SIAF) and, this year, the Slovak Aviation Agency added a new air festival to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death of celebrated Slovakian politician, diplomat and aviator General Milan Rastislav Štefánik. Yamaha audio systems were an essential part of both events.
Cooking, Cocktails and Consistent Sound at Madrid’s Alboroto
Since starting the business in 2015, the group of young entrepreneurial friends who formed Madrid’s highly successful Lalala Group has already opened 12 bar/restaurants. The latest, on the city’s fashionable Calle de la Princesa, features a Yamaha audio system which is keeping both customers and the city council happy.
Yamaha System Makes Waves At Dutch Swimming Complex
The 2019 heatwave in northern Europe meant that swimming pools were in extra-high demand this summer. Fortunately for the residents of Purmerend, the Dutch town has one of the Netherlands’ largest swimming complexes and a new Yamaha audio system to make the many activities it hosts even more enjoyable.
Gothenburg Cathedral Upgrades With Yamaha
Yamaha VXL series slimline line array speakers are well-known for delivering high quality sound in boardrooms and meeting spaces. But they are quickly proving the solution of choice for many houses of worship, radically enhancing sound without compromising the aesthetics of church interiors.
Leipzig Enjoys Classical Italian Nights With Yamaha
Every year the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra performs two open air concerts in the German city’s main park, the Rosental. The hugely popular Klassik airleben concerts are free to attend and, this year, beautiful summer weather and high quality Yamaha digital mixing ensured that more than 60,000 of the city’s population enjoyed two great evenings of Italian classical music.
Berklee College of Music Teams Up with Steinberg to Enrich the Educational Experience with Cubase
Berklee College of Music, one of the most respected music and performing arts colleges in the world, has partnered with Steinberg to integrate the music software company's Cubase 10 digital audio workstation (DAW) software into its curriculum.
Montgomery Performing Arts Centre Upgrades with Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 and CL5 Mixing Consoles
The Montgomery Performing Arts Centre (MPAC) now has an audio mixing workflow worthy of the theater's sonic characteristics, with the recent additions of Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 and CL5 digital consoles.
Yamaha CL5 Sparkles on Symphony Tour with Queen Latifah
The musical pairing of Queen Latifah and a symphony may sound unusual at first but based on fan response to her recent orchestral concert dates, it's becoming business as usual for the multi-faceted artist and her long-time front-of-house (FOH) engineer, Rob Treloar.