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Developer Interview: Fader Knobs Refined for Productivity and Motivation

Amid the excitement and frenzy of a live music event there is a cool-headed mixing engineer making vitally important decisions and adjustments. Vocal, guitar, bass, keyboard, drum, and other faders must be precisely controlled to achieve the ideal musical balance. Yamaha’s mission is to support the engineer as he or she focuses intently on every moment of the ongoing musical program, fingertips poised on faders ready to make critical adjustments at any time. That mission led to a journey through a multitude of subtle refinements to the shape and dimensions of the mixing engineer’s most fundamental connection to the console: the fader knobs. The following interview reveals the depth of thought and care that went into the design of the evolved fader knobs introduced in the CL series digital mixing consoles.

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Créé en 2003, Hir TV fut la première chaîne de télévision « tout info » en Hongrie. Elle est toujours numéro un dans le domaine. Lors d’une rénovation récente de ses installations techniques, une configuration basée sur des consoles Yamaha CL a été mis en place. Elle assure une souplesse et un rapport coût/efficacité exceptionnels.

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