A new set of audio controls for Yamaha’s new sound bar.
It’s not quite a ‘giraffes sound bar’, but the new sound bars are just the latest in a series of devices designed to help you get in the best possible rhythm with your music.
A lot of what has gone into the sound bar comes down to sound design.
This is something Yamaha is aware of, with its own patented system for creating sounds, with a range of options for creating beats, beats, drums and vocals.
For a sound bar Yamaha has used sound designer Mike Dolan to create the latest, most realistic sound for the Yamaha FZ-01 soundbar.
Mike has worked on some of the most famous songs in the world, including Prince’s “Romeo and Juliet” and Sting’s “I’m Just A Feeling”.
“When you’re playing music and you’re on the bus and you can hear your own voice coming through, that’s great, but you want that in a more realistic way,” he says.
“The FZ01 is a bit like a big speaker and a lot of times it’s louder, but at the same time it’s a really small speaker so you can have a lot more sound.”
You can create the feeling of being in a space and there’s nothing in there that’s distracting you.
“For a more natural sound, Mike designed the Yamaha D10D, a speaker with a larger, deeper bass, more room to breathe and more dynamic range.”
This new Yamaha sound bar will be available in April 2017.”
I wanted a more dynamic soundstage, so I took the sound of the FZ, and made it a bit more open sounding, and I’ve put some EQ in there, and a few different sounds.”
This new Yamaha sound bar will be available in April 2017.