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Yamaha Achieves The (Mission) Impossible
One of the most iconic scenes of the film Mission Impossible - Fallout is the fight between Tom Cruise and Henry Cavill on an imposing cliff edge. It was filmed at the Preikestolen (the Pulpit), a large rock outcrop in the mountains above Lysefjorden in Forsand, Norway… so where better for the film’s Norwegian première to take place? The event was hosted by Forsand Kommune, but a major problem was how to deliver high quality cinema sound to 2000 people on a mountain, 600 metres above sea level?
Raphael Steps Up To RIVAGE PM7 On RESinphónico Tour
With over 50 albums recorded and the unusual distinction of being awarded a ‘uranium’ disc, singer Raphael is one of the most successful Spanish performers in in the country’s recent history. Still touring in his mid-70s, a Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system is currently showcasing his greatest hits in a new orchestral tour.
Flexibility, Portability, Return On Investment - Yamaha Ticks All The Boxes At De Meervaart
When a multi-purpose venue has 17 different spaces where a wide range of events can be held, it is important that the sound mixing facilities are both very flexible and portable. At De Meervaart in Amsterdam, choosing Yamaha has meant that both of these needs can be satisfied. In addition, long-term return on investment has been maximised by the new equipment being able to seamlessly work alongside reliable, older Yamaha equipment.
Palmeral Resort Delivers Days To Remember With Yamaha
Covering 81 hectares of Spanish countryside, Palmeral Resort is a stunning location for weddings and other family celebrations. Aiming to create memorable experiences and lasting memories, a zoned Yamaha audio system ensures that guests enjoy the perfect soundtrack to their event.
Yamaha Helps Flipside Soundsystem Reach New Heights At Beta Boulders
It came as something of a surprise to Flipside Soundsystem when the company was approached to design and install the audio system at a new bouldering gym in Copenhagen, Denmark. Happily for all concerned, choosing Yamaha loudspeakers and processing has helped to make for a very contended customer.
Flexible Yamaha Solution Joins Dutch Community
Although the Dutch village of Vredepeel only has 245 permanent residents, it has a remarkable sense of community. Having raised over 100,000 EUR towards the cost of combining the church and community centre, they are now enjoying all the benefits of a flexible, networked Yamaha audio system.
Taking A Culture Trip To Better Meetings With Yamaha
Based in London’s Mayfair, but with offices and freelance contributors based around the world, the award-winning Culture Trip is a fast-growing travel, media and entertainment business which creates stories to highlight what is unique and special about a place, its people and culture. Yamaha VXL1 line array loudspeakers and an MTX3 matrix processor form a key part of a new audio system which has radically improved the company’s meetings.
Yamaha Helps Signal The Return Of LocHal To The People Of Tilburg
For 77 years the locomotive repair facility in the Dutch city of Tilburg was a vital part of the Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS, or Dutch Railways) network. Employing hundreds of local people, its 2009 closure had a profound effect on the area. But now the building has been reborn as a major cultural and learning centre, where Yamaha audio systems are helping to drive the train of new innovation forward.
Yamaha VXL Line Array Loudspeakers Bring The Human Touch To St John The Evangelist
Yamaha’s VXL series slimline, column-type line array speakers are proving a very popular solution for houses of worship where large, ambient spaces need covering with tightly-controlled, high quality audio. A new installation at a 160 year-old church in London demonstrates the difference they can make.