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Yamaha Supports The Martin Verdonk Master Sessions
Attracting fans from around the world, the annual North Sea Jazz festival in mid-July inspires a range of surrounding events. Many of the artists stay at The Hague Marriott hotel where, this year for the first time, the Martin Verdonk Master Sessions was hosted in one of the hotel’s large conference rooms, supported by Yamaha.
Bespoke Background Music Makes A Big Difference At Petit Palace
One of the biggest challenges facing the hotel industry is maintaining a steady level of income throughout the year and, indeed, throughout the week. In city tourist destinations weekend occupation is usually high, whereas midweek it can be much lower and so rates are often lower to attract custom. To address this issue, Spanish chain Petit Palace Hotels is trying a different approach in which individually-tailored, high quality background music systems play a vital role.
Yamaha Sound at MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: EPSON teamLab Borderless
MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: EPSON teamLab Borderless was jointly created by teamLab, based in Tokyo’s Chiyoda ward and headed by Mr. Toshiyuki Inoko, and Mori Building Co. Ltd, based in Tokyo’s Minato ward and directed by Mr. Shingo Tsuji. Yamaha also plays an important role, giving life to the museum’s vital audio dimension. The museum opened on June 21, 2018, in Odaiba Palette Town, Tokyo.
RiverLife Church Singapore - Nexo Geo M10 Installation
RiverLife Church Singapore was established in 1991 as a central gathering point to worshippers residing in eastern Singapore. The church was previously known as Bartley Christian Church (Pasir Ris Centre) before being officially renamed as an independent body in 2000. Despite its small beginnings, RiverLife Church and its followers are dedicated to providing support to various special need communities locally and overseas. Currently, RiverLife Church serves about 3000 devoted worshippers weekly across 11 full services over the weekends.
Yamaha and Nexo host House of Worship Technologies Conference in Singapore
More than 130 delegates, mostly sound engineers, technical personnel and leaders from local worship facilities and congregations, have followed an invitation by Yamaha Music (Asia) to attend its House of Worship Technologies Conference at Singapore’s RiverLife Church. Aimed at providing a better understanding and knowledge of acoustics, sound integration and digital audio networking and signal processing in worship, the conference saw three presenters flown in.
High Pressure? With Yamaha RIVAGE PM7, It’s Only In The Weather
As much of western Europe has basked in high summer temperatures, many thousands of happy revellers have been enjoying the annual crop of outdoor festivals. Sound engineers lucky enough to be using Yamaha’s RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system at these events have been very happy too. Leading German front of house engineer Olli Voges explains how the new system ensured that the only high pressure he’s experienced has been in the weather!
Yamaha Ceiling Speakers Are Top Of Their Class
Nowadays teaching is a long way from what it was even a couple of decades ago, with online learning and ever-more advanced technology used for on-site delivery. Cardiff University is in the midst of a major upgrade of its facilities, with over 200 Yamaha ceiling loudspeakers chosen to help students with their studies.
Staying Composed: Nuage Helps Gerd Schuller To Deliver Music Faster
Audio technology offers many advantages to modern composers. However, the most important thing is that it must not get in the way of the creative process. This is why leading Austrian television and film composer Gerd Schuller has chosen to upgrade his studio with a Yamaha Nuage system.
Chapman Theatre Gets Yamaha Active Field Control
On the SVC Podcast, Contributing Editor Bennett Liles talks with Rob Barton of McClelland Sound about the complete sound system installation in Kansas State University's Mark Chapman Theatre. The centerpiece of the project was a Yamaha AFC3 active acoustics system. Rob details the design, planning and installation of this and much more sound gear to allow the venue to accommodate a wide range of events and seating arrangements.
Yamaha Brings Better Sound To Historic German Open Air Theatre
Performances at the outdoor theatre in Ötigheim, near Karlsruhe, attract up to 100,000 visitors each year, thanks in part to their excellent production values. Maintaining a high standard is very important to the ‘not for profit’ owning company Volksschauspiele Ötigheim, which is why a brand new Yamaha mixing and audio management system was installed in time for the 2018 season.