Yamaha has announced TF-RACK, the newest model in the TF Series digital mixer lineup. Yamaha pro audio business unit director Yoshi Tsugawa told us, "The TF Series consoles were a significant landmark in Yamaha's 30-year history of digital mixer innovation, launching a new era of 'intuitiveness.' Now the TF-RACK adds even more versatility and potential to the TF lineup in a rack-mount configuration that offers the same levels of performance and intuitive operability."
Here's more details direct from Yamaha...
Ever since the first Yamaha digital mixer, the DMP7, was released in 1987, the company has strived to advance digital mixer technology for a wide range of applications. For small events and halls, large-scale outdoor concerts, music production, commercial installations and more, Yamaha offers a comprehensive lineup that delivers established sonic quality, operability, functionality, and reliability.
This space-saving model is accessible to a wide range of users, from beginners to seasoned engineers. The TF-RACK offers the same smooth, intuitive setup and operation that has made the TF series a popular choice for a wide range of applications, in a compact unit that is ideal for limited spaces.
Firmware version 3.0 for all TF Series models will be released simultaneously with the TF-RACK. Firmware V3.0 not only provides support for the TF-RACK, but also adds convenient features such as the ability to set up limited-access user accounts for each user, and additional QuickPro Presets™ developed in collaboration with Ultimate Ears.
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