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Yamaha Audioversity Webinar #2 Yamaha CL & QL Advanced System Design Tips

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Yamaha Audioversity Webinar #2 Yamaha CL & QL Advanced System Design Tips

Following on from the successful first webinar in May, join Yamaha’s experienced lecturers and product specialists Andy Cooper and Karl Christmas as they go deeper into CL & QL mixing system design. Spend around 40 minutes learning tips from the experts, followed by a live question & answer session. Subjects touched during this technical webinar include how to connect wireless control devices, how to make a live recording, using two consoles and sharing the mic pre-amps, and using redundant Dante connections.

The new webinars form part of Yamaha’s new Audioversity training initiative, which ushers in an even more deeply involved era of education and training that will lead to increased satisfaction and confidence for customers, as well as trying to deliver a brighter future for the pro audio industry as a whole.

Join in, whether you’re an experienced professional sound engineer, or interested beginner. No matter if you’re working in a theatre, broadcast station, house of worship, live music venue, or conference facility, there is sure to be something new to discover.

02:15 StageMix, Monitor Mix & Console Editor software
12:01 Nuendo Live & Virtual Sound check
25:47 An interview with SFL
39:16 Dual consoles sharing i/o units
52:02 Dante Secondary connections for redundancy

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