Ex’pression Center for New Media has selected the Yamaha DM2000 consoles for the school’s “Heptagon” digital audio control rooms. All six control rooms face one large acoustic studio, which can accommodate a small orchestra. Yamaha and Leo’s Professional Audio have teamed up to equip the digital arts college with six consoles with Yamaha’s proprietary DSP technology.
“The Yamaha DM2000 is fast becoming an industry standard, and today’s computer-oriented students are quick to learn,” said Larry Italia, general manager, Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems division. “Expression Center for New Media is an institution that aims to represent not only the latest technological tools, but also specific pieces of gear that students will encounter when working in the industry.”
“Expression has selected the Yamaha DM2000 Digital Audio Console for our digital audio labs to further enhance the learning experience of our students, as well as give them a true sense of the post-graduation ‘real world,'” said Gary Platt, president and co-founder of Expression Center for New Media. “We are always blown away with the intense level of sophistication and never-ending advancement of the Yamaha products. They’re truly one of the best in the market!”
“Leo’s Professional Audio is proud to have been the resource for this latest upgrade to the Expression Center for New Media and look forward to assisting Expression in their efforts to keep in step with every technological advance occurring in the professional audio field, today and tomorrow,” said Rosemary Rodd, president of Leo’s Professional Audio.
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