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Capturing The True Essence Of Sound New!

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Mastering The Art Of Sound With Donal Whelan New!

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Mumbai Studio Explores New Verticals With Genelec Monitors New!

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Gray Spark Audio Opens New Studio For Academy Students New!

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Articles September - October 2023

Firdaus Studio: Building A Sonic Paradise For Recording Artists New!

The Firdaus Studio by A.R. Rahman stands as a beacon of innovation in the music production industry. PALM Expo Magazine explores the making of the musical maestro's magnus opus in the recording landscape. read more

Articles September - October 2023

Naveen Deshpande Elevates Stand-Up Comedy with Bespoke Lighting Designs New!

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Deb Electricals Powered with Yamaha CL5


Deb Electricals, a well-known rental company in Kolkata who have few big events lined up this festive season of the year was looking for solutions to cater to the festive season requirements, as well as serve their purpose for the long run. To accommodate and further tune with the industry standards, Deb Electricals was planning to equip their inventory with high-end products having more I/O options and possibility of future enhancements.

Post technical discussions held between Mr. Kishore Kumar Deb - Owner, Deb Electricals, Mr. Bobby Prasad - Sound Engineer, Deb Electricals and Mr. Samuel Amulraj - Product Specialist, Yamaha Music India and after fully understanding the workflow and considering the facility for future expansion, the CL5 along with the RIO3224-D was recommended.

Being a flagship model, CL5 is always one of the first choices for Live & Rental companies. With a three-section fader layout for efficient hands-on control, the CL5 is the ideal choice for a diverse spectrum of live sound systems having Mixing capability of 72 Mono & 8 stereo channels with 24 Mixes and 8 Matrices Buses.

“Being the first customer to introduce CL5 in Eastern part of India, we feel proud and happy to take forward the legacy of Yamaha,” said Kishore Kumar Deb, who adds “it’s a truly multi-purpose console that will fit neatly into any space and transport very easily. One reason why the CL5 was chosen is that it runs on the same operating principals as other Yamaha digital Boards, so all our engineers who are used to working with Yamaha digital consoles will be able to use the CL5 immediately, and quickly familiarize themselves with its many additional features. You can use the board for multitrack live recording and playback facility also, without any additional investments for sound cards.”

“The RIO3224-D offers 32 inputs and 16 analog outputs plus 4 stereo AES outputs which will connect to board via single Cat-5e or Cat-6 cable and run on Audinate’s scalable Dante network rather than to run long analog snake drums resulting time saving and making life more easy during the events“ added Bobby Prasad.

The purchase was through Yamaha authorized Business partner Mr. Gopal Das Deb - Raja Electric, Kolkata.

“As per the client’s requirement they were looking for a digital board with multi I/O options and possibility of future expansion. Further they wanted to utilize the same board for live recordings and wanted it to have remote control apps. We are very confident that CL5 along with RIO3224-D will be the perfect choice for Deb Electricals. Dante Network, Virtual Rack, Live Recording, CL Editor app for PC, CL stage-mix for IPAD, Sharing of Console files between Yamaha’s Other digital boards are the few of the features that will fulfill the client’s requirements” said Ashish Routh, Senior Sales Executive, East Region, Yamaha Music India.


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