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Yamaha Audioversity Webinar #4 RIVAGE PM: A House of Worship Special

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Yamaha Audioversity Webinar #4 RIVAGE PM: A House of Worship Special

Yamaha RIVAGE PM10 and PM7 systems have been chosen for many house of worship installations and events around the world. Find out how they can elevate your sound and enhance your workflow. Also, learn tips and tricks from some experienced professionals.

In combination with Yamaha’s special relationship with Rupert Neve Designs, Dan Dugan Sound Design, and Audinate’s Dante networking technology, RIVAGE PM systems offer unique benefits to professional and volunteer sound engineers alike.

Sound technicians of all skill levels are bound to learn something useful from this webinar.

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.

02:52 Rivage PM system overview
08:20 Rivage PM designed for use in House of Worship
14:47 nterview with 1st Baptist Woodstock (Jamie Karnes)
33:45 10 Top Tips for operating Rivage PM consoles in HoW
42:15 Interview with 1st Baptist Covington (Berry Carpenter)



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