One common question Yamaha Disklavier owners have is, “How do I connect my Yamaha Disklavier piano to the Internet?” Fortunately Yamaha has provided this step-by-step video on their YouTube channel. Hope this helps!
The Yamaha Disklavier Piano
Imagine the possibility of having a world-class Yamaha piano that can play any time, day or night, by a ‘live’ performer or by itself. This wish has become a reality with the creation of the Yamaha Disklavier player piano. Factory-installed, each Disklavier is made with the same quality and craftsmanship of a Yamaha acoustic piano without affecting the piano’s performance, tone or touch.
The original Yamaha Disklavier, which made its debut back in 1986, introduced the world to the wonder of traditional pianos equipped with integrated digital electronics for recording, auto playback and more. Since that time, these computer-age ‘player’ pianos have evolved into instruments of truly remarkable capabilities. They can reproduce not only ‘live’ acoustic piano concerts, but ensemble music with instrumental and vocal tracks as well. They allow you to record and play back your own performance, create complex multi-track arrangements, and connect to the world of musical opportunities offered by MIDI devices, personal computers and the Internet. Their unique combination of acoustic excellence and digital versatility has made them an increasingly popular choice of pianists, educators and music-lovers worldwide.
Today’s Disklavier is available in nearly every model of acoustic piano that Yamaha makes and in a variety of finishes.