Yamaha’s Rivage PM10 digital mixing system has received a new control surface, a TwinLANe card and a firmware update that increases both it versatility and performance.

CS-R10-S control surfaceThe CS-R10-S control surface is approximately two-thirds the size of the existing CS-R10, offering the same operability and functionality for use in environments with limited space. A Dual Console function allows two CS-R10 and/or CS-R10-S control surfaces to be connected to a single DSP-R10 DSP engine, so that separate CS-R10-S control surfaces can be used at the FOH and monitor positions, or a CS-R10-S can be used as a sidecar for a CS-R10.

The HY256-TL-SMF is a TwinLANe card that supports single-mode optical fibre. Yamaha’s TwinLANe audio network – which has a capacity of up to 400 channels – has previously only supported multi-mode fibre connections. The HY256-TL-SMF expands system connection flexibility by also supporting single-mode fibre.

In addition to providing support for the new system components, new v1.5 firmware includes Dan Dugan Sound Design automated mixing and an Eventide H3000 Live Ultra-Harmonizer plug-in – bringing an enduring studio processor same to live-sound applications.


‘Eventide is honoured to partner Yamaha in bringing these Eventide live sound effects to the prestigious Rivage PM10 console,’ says Eventide VP of Sales & Marketing, Ray Maxwell. ‘Having the classic sound of the H3000 rack processor available in software, seamlessly integrated into the console’s workflow, gives the user unprecedented control and unparalleled sonic flexibility

The Dan Dugan Sound Design automated mixer plug-in provides automatic gain adjustment of up to 64 speech microphones in real time, with finesse and natural balance that would normally require multiple operators. It also suppresses feedback and comb filter effects, freeing the engineer from the need to keep track of numerous faders in challenging unscripted speech situations.

‘Users of this top-tier series of consoles will be pleased to have plenty of Dugan Speech System channels. We’re providing five groups so that the processing can be divided into as many as five independent automixers,’ says company CEO, Dan Dugan.

‘The new Rivage PM10 system components have been created to provide greater support for environments where space is limited or existing infrastructure must be accommodated,’ adds Yamaha Pro Audio Business Unit director, Yoshi Tsugawa. ‘Meanwhile, firmware update v1.5 focuses on the system’s most important aspect - its sound. Collaboration with Eventide and Dan Dugan Sound Design has resulted in plug-ins that offer significant sonic advantages. A new analogue delay and other Yamaha plug-ins have also been added, providing an expanded palette of sound-shaping tools that we sincerely hope users will experience for themselves.’

The CS-R10-S, HY256-TL-SMF and v1.5 firmware are all scheduled for release in Q3, 2017.

More: www.yamahaproaudio.com

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