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Le Studio Mobile Builds New Remote Truck with Dual Yamaha DM2000V2 Digital Consoles

June, 2008

Having had success using a Yamaha DM2000 digital audio, their newest truck is outfitted with dual Yamaha DM2000V2 digital consoles.

BUENA PARK, Calif. — Now in its 30th year of operation, Le Studio Mobile is recognized across Canada as a leader in location recording. A complete recording studio on wheels, efficient and experienced, Le Studio Mobile specializes in multi-track recording and live mixing for music, television and special events. Across North America, the remote truck has covered virtually all types of projects including most recently 'The Apprentice Finale' for NBC, the 'Latin Billboard Music Awards' for Telelatino, and the Canadian Juno Awards for CTV. Having had success using a Yamaha DM2000 digital audio, their newest truck is outfitted with dual Yamaha DM2000V2 digital consoles.

"As soon as I saw the Yamaha DM2000 at a trade show, I knew I had found the console to replace our old one," states Guillaume Bengle, owner and operator of Le Studio Mobile. "96 channels in such a compact format, powerful yet flexible, is perfect for our main activities." Le Studio Mobile areas of expertise include live mixdown and multi-track recording of major television events and concerts."

With clients ranging from the CBC-Toronto, Radio-Canada in Montreal, and Tele-Quebec to recording l'Opera de Montreal, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, and acts like Blur, Sting, Bryan Adams, The Fixx, and Celine Dion, Le Studio Mobile has a very busy summer season ahead with projects including Quebec City's 400th Anniversary Special for CBC and the Montreal International Jazz Festival.

"We could record 48 redundant tracks (actually 96 tracks) through one console while mixing to live TV in 5.1," says Bengle. But, as shows keep getting bigger, we realized we needed more channels and so we decided to purchase the second DM2000V2 for the new truck."

Le Studio Mobile is equipped with six Yamaha AD824 8-channel preamplifiers (for a total of 96 microphone inputs with the consoles' built-in preamplifiers) and Ampex AM-10 and Ward-Beck MP3 VU meters. On-board recorders include Steinberg NUENDO 48-track hard disk recording system and Tascam X-48 48-track hard disk recorder with both systems' output Pro Tools-compatible, a Sony PCM 800 48-track and Studer A-80 24 track recorder, and Dolby noise reduction.

Processors include Aphex, dbx, tc Electronics, Lexicon, Urei and Waves with a Klein and Hummel 5.1 system, and Yamaha, Auratone, and Crown monitors and amps. Video components include a Panasonic 42" plasma display and three Sony KV8-AD10 video monitors with camera. A plethora of microphones include Shoeps, AKG, Sennheiser, Electro-Voice, Crown-PZN, Shure, Beyer, Audio-Technica and Sony.

For more information on Le Studio Mobile, telephone 514-273-6861 or visit www.studiomobile.com.

For more information on these products, contact Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Inc., 6600 Orangethorpe Avenue, Buena Park, CA 90620; telephone 714-522-9011; or e-mail casales@yamaha.com...

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