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Yamaha joins L-ISA partnership, Rivage PM7 and PM10 gain L-ISA control

Yamaha joins L-ISA partnership, Rivage PM7 and PM10 gain 
L-ISA control

Yamaha joins L-ISA partnership, Rivage PM7 and PM10 gain L-ISA control

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Yamaha Pro Audio is the latest mixing console manufacturer to join the list of partners for L-Acoustics’ L-ISA immersive technology. Yamaha has co-developed an L-ISA DeskLink to integrate L-ISA control into its flagship Rivage PM7 and PM10 mixing systems as a result of its console partnership with L-ISA.

Direct control of L-ISA Objects or Groups will be available for each mono or stereo input channel within the Rivage consoles. The five main L-ISA parameters (Pan, Width, Distance, Elevation and Aux send) can be stored for each object in the console’s Scenes with dedicated recall scope. The L-ISA DeskLink is built to ensure a seamless workflow for immersive hyperreal mixing.

‘Collaborating with the creative team of experts at Yamaha has resulted in an exceptionally sleek integration of the L-ISA object controls into Rivage mixing workflow,’ explained Sherif El Barbari, director of L-ISA Labs. ‘The new DeskLink is a great example of collaborative design.’

‘It has been a real pleasure to collaborate with the team at L-Acoustics to create a dedicated, deeply integrated and flexible user interface,’ added Chris Angell, from Yamaha Pro Audio’s R&D team. ‘As the reputation of Yamaha Rivage PM mixing systems for outstanding sound quality and traditional Yamaha reliability continues to grow, this project will benefit our many joint customers throughout the world.’



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