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Rock And Worship Roadshow Engineers Sing High Praise For Yamaha PM10

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Rock And Worship Roadshow Engineers Sing High Praise For Yamaha PM10

Rock And Worship Roadshow Engineers Sing High Praise For Yamaha PM10

Rubens owns his own Yamaha CL5 digital console, and he said Yamaha familiarity made transitioning to the PM10 much easier. “Getting around the desk and finding things was not difficult at all. The Yamaha user interface is very intuitive, and so, every engineer on this tour jumped right in without any problems.”

Matt Pribisco, systems engineer for Spectrum Sound, assisted Rubens with getting up and running and patched. “The Yamaha PM10 is a very reliable, well built console, adds Pribisco. The pre amps on this console are killer, and adding in SILK, you have a winning combo for any engineer.”

“The console sounded really, really good, Rubens says. A big, full sound; It was pretty clear to hear the definition in the board mixes when listening. I found myself using less EQ and reaching for the SILK Red/Blue texture first. I didn’t use external plug-ins as much due to the really good sounding options onboard.”

One thing Rubens noted that he found interesting is that every engineer who walked up to the console set it up differently according to the way they prefer to work. “The console is extremely flexible, Rubens notes. Each of the engineers reached for knobs to adjust settings on the “Selected Channel” section, used the Touch and Turn feature, or used the touch screen to adjust settings. Some used the encoders above the faders and even set up the bays and screens differently. It was good to see the flexibility of the console from engineer to engineer.”

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