Articles & Videos: Pro Audio

Yamaha's HS8 powered studio monitors give you the clean, uncolored sound that is vital to the recording process. Yamaha uses discrete amplifiers for both the woofer and tweeter to help deliver superb clarity and efficiency.

The Steinberg UR824 recording interface gives you up to 24 channels, so you can record the entire band at once. It features Yamaha mic preamps and built-in effects.

Want to get into home recording, but not sure where to begin? Crutchfield takes a look at the basics of setting up a home recording studio in this short video.

A popular Charlottesville, VA dance club had blown their old speakers trying to play music loud enough for the crowd. With Crutchfield's help, they overhauled their PA system.

A mixer is the brains of a live concert or recording session. It takes the various signals from all the different singers and instrumentalists and combines them into a clear stereo mix.

Yamaha MG Series mixers
by Buck Pomerantz

Yamaha's third generation MG Series analog mixers have tough metal chassis, easy-to-understand signal routing, and come in 10 different configurations.

Video: Yamaha MG mixers
by Video Team

Yamaha's MG mixers draw upon Yamaha's audio expertise and engineering skill to bring you a complete line of live sound mixers. All of them feature a road-worthy metal chassis, balanced XLR outputs, and studio-quality mic preamps.