Yamaha Synthesizers 45 Years - Live 24hr Stream This Weekend

And We'll be there      17/09/19

Yamaha Synthesizers 45 Years  -  Live 24hr Stream This Weekend


Yamaha are celebrating 45 years in the synthesizer business, starting 1974 when they first released the SY-1. This weekend will see them running a 24 hour streaming event from their HQ in Hamamatsu, Japan. 
The event will be streaming artist performances and interviews as well as Yamaha product demonstrations.
The exciting news is that we'll also be there, filming some of our own content and taking a tour around their legendary technology museum, as well as speaking to some of their top engineers. We can't wait!
You can follow our trip on our Facebook and Instagram feeds.


The live event will stream via Facebook
https://yamaha.io/YamahaSynth45th

The broadcast will take place in three seven-hour blocks contained within a 24-hour period. Each block will be streamed from Japan for one of three major international stages:

  • The first video stream broadcast will begin on September 22 at 1 p.m. CEST (11:00 UTC) for European viewers.
  • The second seven-hour block will begin September 22 at 1 p.m. PDT (20:00 UTC) for North and South American audiences.
  • Finally the third block begins at 1 p.m. JST (04:00 UTC) on September 23 for viewers on and around the Pacific coast of Asia.

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