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I was particularly impressed with the sound of the six Premium plug-ins.


Thethe Pultec EQ, the dynamic equalizer, the LA- 2A and the Neve compressor and equalizer are extremely faithful emulations of the hardware versions. Employing these valuable plug-ins effects, offers a rich audio enhancement that Yamaha Rio3224-D IO RACK previously available only through a third-party software interface or by using actual hardware inserts.

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The next day, on my own, I got into the actual operational aspects. With no other assistance than the user guide I downloaded from the website, I set out to program a show I had just done in August using a PM5D. This particular band was small, only 24 inputs, but I was Yamaha Rio3224-D IO RACK impressed with the ease with which I was able to patch inputs, create DCA groups, and program matrix outputs.

I created an effects rack containing four reverbs, two delays and two pitch changers and dialed up all Yamaha Rio3224-D IO RACK aux sends feeding them and assigned their returns to eight stereo modules. I easily assigned the onboard gates and compressors to various inputs, programmed their response characteristics and used the copy and paste functions as a shortcut.

I then created a Premium plug-in rack using four LA-2A emulations and four Rupert Neve Designs Portico compressors and assigned them to the necessary inputs. Upon completing these tasks, I felt confident that I would have been totally ready for sound check.


All operations that I could perform by finger gestures on the screen or using the available knobs on the console went quickly and easily. It would have speeded things up immensely if the console provided a way to interface an external keyboard.

I also felt that Yamaha Rio3224-D IO RACK speed and accuracy would have been greatly aided if the CL5 had a way to hook up a larger external monitor that mirrored what was seen on the touch screen. The Bottom Line Regardless of these small inconveniences, I believe that in the CL5, Yamaha has created its best-sounding digital console to date. After just a few hours of use, the Yamaha Rio3224-D IO RACK surface definitely becomes work-friendly and does not feel uncomfortably compact.

All the labeling is extremely readable and bright. Each the illuminated functions of the console are designed for easy viewing in daylight. Faders have a good feel under my fingers.

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Yamaha Rio3224-D IO RACK With CL Series components a complete daisy-chained system can be easily set up without the need for network switches. Dante Controller software running on a personal computer allows flexible patching of devices on the network.

Four models Yamaha Rio3224-D IO RACK accommodate any system requirements In addition to the RioD and RioD models that were released together with the CL Series consoles, input-only Ri8-D and output-only Ro8-D models are now available, making up a four-model lineup that reinforces the underlying Rio Series concept: The possibilities are extensive, making it easy to optimally match systems of any size or complexity. Sampling frequency rate External The I/O racks for Yamaha's CL-Series of digital live sound reinforcement consoles use the Dante protocol for high-channel networking of digital audio. While compatible with all Dante systems, these racks are specially designed to integrate with the CL1/CL3/CL5 consoles to provide.

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The I/O racks for Yamaha's CL-Series of digital live sound reinforcement consoles use the Dante protocol for high-channel networking of digital audio.

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