SSE Audio Group, which provides solutions for the pro sound and live event industries, is hosting a training day for Yamaha’s RIVAGE PM digital mixing system.
It is taking place at SSE Audio, Redditch, B98 9PA on Tuesday, December 10, 10:30am – 4:00pm.
Over the course of the day, attendees will learn about the features and functions of RIVAGE, including a focused discussion on software operation, an overview of the new plugins, a listening demo, and mixing time.
The Rivage PM10
The RIVAGE PM10 consists of the DSP-R10 engine for signal processing, the CS-R10/CS-R10-S control surface for hands-on operation, one or more I/O Rack units for input and output connections, and one or more network cards for connectivity over TWINLANe or Dante. Features include: 144 mixable channels, 72 mix buses and 36 matrices, two stereo and two cue buses, hybrid microphone preamplifiers, Rupert Neve Design transformer circuitry and acclaimed SILK processing, and 50 plugins. The PM10 can be controlled via an iPad using the Rivage PM StageMix and Rivage PM Editor apps.
The Rivage PM7
The newer addition to the Rivage PM series — the Rivage PM7 is based around the CSD-R7 digital mixing console. It uses one or more I/O Rack Units for input and output, and interface cards for network connectivity — the TWINLANe and Dante. Like the PM10, the fader strips and touch screens merge for intuitive control. Other features include: 120 mixable channels, 60 mix buses and 24 matrices, two stereo and two cue buses, hybrid microphone preamplifiers, Rupert Neve Design transformer circuitry and acclaimed SILK processing, and 48 plugins that model limiters, EQs and other favourite processors. The PM7 can also be controlled via an iPad using the Rivage PM StageMix and Rivage PM Editor apps.
To register for the event, click here.