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Yamaha Launch Latest Addition To TF Series
Yamaha's TF Serieshave long been renowned for bringing unprecedented digital mixing technology to the widest possible user base, with its intuitive TouchFlow Operation and unsurpassed sound quality.
Now, the TF-RACK brings even more versatility and dynamic potential to the range. Cased within a 3U high, 19" rack casing TF-RACK operates as a space saving comprehensive 16+1 stereo in, 16 out digital mixer, utilising the simplistic setup and practicality that has made the TF series so popular.
The TF-RACK features the same touchscreen features of the TF1, TF3 and TF5 consoles, allowing for easy and efficient operation, intuitively blending Yamaha's highly regarded Selected Channel and Centralogic interfaces. Just like the TF series consoles, a hardware Touch and control on the front of the panel allows for very precise parameter adjustment.
The featured Quickpro features allow for quick and easy access to effective settings, while set-ups for any number of different situations may be instantly loaded via a simple scene recall. A multitude of preset scenes are provided to allow the user with a headstart, with dual scene memory banks allowing the user to organise scenes by music or event type. With 40 input mixing channels, 20 Aux buses and eight DCA groups with Roll-out, TF-RACK is a highly flexible mixing solution giving the user any number of creative opportunities to explore.
With all the latest firmware being released simultaneously to the TF-RACK the user can expect the most up to date and optimum experience. Not only does the TF-RACK provide support, firmware V3.0 adds a number of convenient features, such as the ability to set up limited access user account for each individual operator.
Shipping from December 2016, keep your eyes on this space for more info and updates about the TF-RACK.
By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 1 Sep 2016 16:29 to category : Instruments News
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