The Yamaha Corporation looks back on over 100 years of history. Their roots can be found in the 1900s, when a young japanese contractor named Torakusu Yamaha built a high quality pipe organ. Later on his company went on to create the first pianos in Japan, and harness international recognition: in 1904 they took the honorary award from the St Louis World’s Fair. After their successful start, they became one of the most renowned musical instrument manufacturers of the world, expanding their range of products and with their advancement in production technology, to where they are today.
Today, Yamaha doesn’t only produce instruments and audiovisual tools, they have expanded into information technology, media services and automotive industries.
Nevertheless, they stay true to their origins, aspiring for perfection, creating common worth and defining the “world of Yamaha”.
Almost anything required to build audio systems can be found in their wide array of products. With their continuous innovation, they become industry leaders time and time again in various fields. It is enough to take a look at digital mixers, where they constantly reimagine everything we knew about digital audio handling, keeping them in the lead. Their solutions can be found in sports stadiums, churches, live music halls, audio and video studios, television broadcast stations and a various other places.