Yamaha DM7 Console Overview
Jeff Sandstrom from MxU and Russ Long from Yamaha take a look at their newest console, the DM7. Gain an in-depth overview of the DM7’s features, capabilities, and enhancements for your mix.
Yamaha DM7 Course Overview
Join Jeff Sandstrom from MxU and Russ Long from Yamaha to explore the Yamaha DM7 digital mixing console. Whether you’re mixing live sound, broadcast, or another environment, this course combines theoretical knowledge with practical, hands on teaching.
Scenes and Recall on the DM7
Take an in-depth look at scene and snapshot management on the Yamaha DM7. Jeff provides a practical guide for audio engineers on how to effectively utilize scenes and snapshots to manage complex audio setups.
Creating Mixes for Parallel Processing on the DM7
Delve into the intricacies of group processing using the Yamaha DM7. The primary focus is on creating and managing groups for drum mixing, along with the efficient use of parallel compression for enhanced audio quality. This process is a critical aspect of mixing live sound, particularly in managing drum sounds in a live setting.
Setting up Routing, Mixes, and Effects on the DM7
Learn how to set up and organize your show file on the Yamaha DM7. This is particularly useful for creating stereo channels, assigning inputs to DCAs, and routing effects. The DM7’s functionality and flexibility is essential to this, emphasizing workflow optimization for live setups.
Channel Naming on the DM7
Jeff and Russ dive into the process of building a show file on the DM7, ideally suited for audio engineers and technicians involved in church services, concerts, or live events. Organizing and labeling inputs is crucial for effective navigation and control during live performances.