In cooperation with Ultimate Ears Pro, Yamaha has released EQ presets for the RIVAGE PM10, CL, QL, and TF Series digital mixing consoles that have been specifically designed to provide optimum performance with Ultimate Ears in-ear monitors.
Ultimate Ears Pro, established in 1995, manufactures custom-fitted listening devices for professional use employing innovative technology, including digital ear scanning and printing, to create in-ear monitors.
In order to offer the best possible monitoring experience, Yamaha has teamed up with Ultimate Ears Pro to develop EQ presets that would deliver the full sonic potential of Yamaha consoles and Ultimate Ears Pro in-ear monitors so that artists have the monitor detail and clarity they need.
This alliance has resulted in the development of EQ presets for the Ultimate Ears UERM, UE11, UE18, UE4, UE5, UE7, and UE900 in-ear monitors that can be instantly recalled whenever needed on RIVAGE PM10 consoles with firmware V1.2 or later installed and TF Series consoles with firmware V3.0 or later installed. The EQ preset files for CL and QL Series consoles can be downloaded from the Yamaha Pro Audio website and loaded into the user area for quick access.
“Ultimate Ears has been manufacturing handmade custom in-ear monitors for the world’s top touring artists and engineers for over 20 years,” states Ultimate Ears sales director Mike Dias. “And now, with the new Ultimate Ears outboard EQ presets for Yamaha consoles, the combination of Yamaha and Ultimate Ears is even stronger and more compelling. Together, we deliver more value and build more trust on stages all over the world.”
“The new EQ presets developed in cooperation with Ultimate Ears Pro will have an enormous impact on Yamaha live sound engineers,” states Marc Lopez, director of marketing, Commercial Audio products. “The use of in-ear monitoring has grown exponentially in live sound, specifically in touring, and Ultimate Ears has been instrumental in driving that growth.”
The new Yamaha EQ presets are available for download immediately with the most recent console software updates.