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Yamaha Audioversity Webinar #1 Yamaha CL/QL Basic System Design

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Yamaha Audioversity Webinar #1 Yamaha CL/QL Basic System Design

On 15th May 2019, we started a brand new series of webinar, aimed at professional audio engineers, systems integrators and venue technicians. Taking a fresh and engaging new approach, each webinar will run twice to ensure that as many participants as possible from across Europe, the Americas, Russia, Africa and the Middle East can take part.

The new webinars form part of Yamaha’s new Audioversity training initiative, which ushers in an even more deeply involved era of education and training that will lead to increased satisfaction and confidence for customers, as well as trying to deliver a brighter future for the pro audio industry as a whole.

Welcome to our very first Webinar, with your hosts Andy Cooper and Karl Christmas.

Yamaha CL & QL Mixing System Design
Learn how to start building a system using Dante audio networking with Yamaha CL and QL mixers, and managing their connections with Rio units, wireless mic systems and Dante equipped speaker controllers. Karl and Andy talk you through the procedures and discuss tips with an experienced customer.

00:00 Introducing CL & QL mixing systems.
08:32 Getting connected and setup with Dante
26:34 An interview with RSH Audio
37:05 IP addresses and remote control


You can find out more about Yamaha Webinar & Audioversity.
https://www.yamaha.com/2/audioversity/



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