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Yamaha AW1600 and AW2400 Workstations Propel Music Production

The legacy of Yamaha’s groundbreaking AW series digital audio workstations continues with the introduction of the AW1600 and AW2400. Both units are fully backward compatible with prior Yamaha work 9/21/2006 4:41 AM Eastern

Yamaha AW1600 and AW2400 Workstations Propel Music Production

Sep 21, 2006 8:41 AM




The legacy of Yamaha’s groundbreaking AW series digital audio workstations continues with the introduction of the AW1600 and AW2400.

Both units are fully backward compatible with prior Yamaha workstations and have everything you need to record your music anytime, anywhere. The compact, road-worthy designs keep alive the tradition of reliable, portable, and professional music production products.

The AW1600 and AW2400 have been engineered from the ground up to be as reliable as possible, with no crashes, and no OS updates. Mixing, routing, and onboard effects are based on the industry-standard Yamaha “0” series digital consoles, so everything has the familiar feel and quality of Yamaha.

“Imagine if you had a portable computer that was dedicated to doing just one thing—being the best multitrack recorder it could be,” says Athan Billias, director, Yamaha Corporation of America, Technology Products. “That’s exactly what the new AW series workstations are—dedicated computers designed for recording. Recording on the computer has come a long way, but there is still a need for dedicated hard disk recorders because they are completely portable and totally reliable.”

For more information, visit Yamaha’s website.


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