Yamaha CL5 Digital Live Sound Mixing Console – FOH TV Video Demo – Global Sound

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Yamaha unveils its popular CL digital mixer line in the USA at the 2012 NAB show, and Kevin Kimmel provides a detailed insider video demo of the top-end CL5 live sound reinforcement mix console features for FOH/Front of House magazine editor George Petersen.
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13 thoughts on “Yamaha CL5 Digital Live Sound Mixing Console – FOH TV Video Demo – Global Sound”

  1. yes we do need an XL* nothing less is stupid from the ergonomics and stand point of mixing on these stupid consoles we have lost track of music and dynamics

  2. why don’t you all go and fuck yourself s and get back to the real sound of analogue that we will never get with these stupid digital consoles nothing will emulate the real waveform so what are we doing in these industry trying to get the real sound, get a life and go to the real thing ,real racks and real knobs,stop manipulating these industry we are not playing space invanders

  3. Umm where can you do this setup at for under 25k??? cause I ain’t found that yet lol snd my church is looking heavliy

  4. It’s all goes down to money. M7CL48 on secondary market are going in $12K-$15K range, you can get a full-blown -ES setup with three SB-168ES stageboxes for under $25K. Yes, it’s not as flexible as Profile, but hey, you get a full-blown system for half the price. Plus, NO LAYERS! All channels are on the surface all the time. Makes a huge difference for analog guys and also saves on faders wear, they only move when YOU move them. Well, you can spend $250K for XL8, but do you really need that much?

  5. Only 26 channel faders = not enough. the LS9/32 is enough for certain applications, but switching layers or channel banks makes me crazy. I’d rather see the M7 fader layout.

  6. I heard the pre’s are a mix of what’s inside the M7CL and the PM5D but Neve is only for the Premium rack

  7. ” Money mix ” is normally the star of the show. Their vocal or instrument . You designate that channel so you can identify it easily and make adjustments quickly.

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