New Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 Offers PM10 User Experience
With 120 input channels, 60 mix buses, 24 matrices, and a comprehensive selection of 48 top-quality plug-ins, the PM7 provides a mixing capacity comparable to the PM10.
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The system can be equipped with the Dante audio network from Audinate, similar to CL and QL Series digital consoles as well as a range of other Yamaha pro audio products. Rio3224-D2 and Rio1608-D2 I/O Racks, will be released simultaneously as RIVAGE PM7 system components, and the HY144-D Dante audio interface card can be combined to provide natural sound input at full RIVAGE PM series quality allowing the on-stage sound to be cleanly captured and shaped as required by the engineer.
In addition to the new components, Version 2.0 of the RIVAGE PM series firmware will include a number of new features such as 5.1 surround and mix minus capability for broadcast applications, Rupert Neve Designs Portico 5045 Primary Source Enhancer, the Dual Console function, DSP mirroring (RIVAGE PM10 only), and more.
The easy-operation Rupert Neve Designs Portico 5045 effectively suppresses background noise at microphone inputs for enhanced clarity while significantly increasing the feedback margin, making it a valuable tool for live sound in houses of worship and other environments where feedback and unwanted background sounds can be problem.
For more information on RIVAGE PM7, visit the Yamaha website.
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