While Yamaha may be best known in the consumer world for motorized fun machines, in the universe of musicians, the brand is recognized for producing a broad spectrum of musical instruments and PA gear to match most any budget or skill level. It was this dedication to creating respectable musical products that launched Yamaha in Japan some 125 years ago—which explains why Yamaha's logo is three tuning forks and not a motorcycle, wave runner and snowmobile. Yamaha has been in the music products business a long time, and they have established many long-term relationships with top artists.
Esteban De Torre of Elation Lighting programmed the Seventh Annual “El Paso Christmas Light Show” in El Paso Texas. Almost all of the 230,000 lights (95%) are RGB pixel LEDs and the timecode was done on Compu Live. There are 36 ELAR Tri Floods lighting the house, as well as 12 Platinum Beam 5R fixtures. If you're in the El Paso area, son't miss it. The show runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 'til the end of December at 6:00 7:00 & 8:00 pm.
Although our friendly postal clerks have been stuffing our box with CDs celebrating the Christmas and holiday season for several weeks, we just got our first snow, so it’s time to come to grips with the fact that this year is wrapping up fast.