Yamaha 01V96 and 02R96 Updated
Yamaha Corporation has updated their 01V96V2 and 02R96V2 Digital Mixing Consoles.
While there is no change in the retail price, the new 01V96VCM and 02R96VCM models retain the V2 features and add a host of VCM effects pre-installed.
Previously available as "add-on" effect packages for top-line digital consoles, Yamaha's VCM Channel Strip processors and REV-X reverb are now standard features on the 01V96VCM. These effects are based on Virtual Circuitry Modeling technology that actually models the original analog circuitry 7mdash; right down to the last resistor and capacitor.
The new 02R96VCM is the 02R96 Version 2 plus an array of processing technologies that provide all-new production power with no need to patch in external processors. Included are recreations of classic compression and EQ units from the 70's, simulations of several legendary analog open-reel tape decks, a complete suite of unmatched REV-X reverb effects, a high-quality surround post-production package, and even a selection of vintage stomp boxes.
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