Yamaha's Player Pianos Get New Songs Over the Net
Yamaha's ridiculously fancy Disklavier player grand pianos can now be hooked up to "DisklavierRadio," an internet streaming service that sends MIDI files down the pipe to the piano to be played live or stored on the piano's 80GB hard drive. They'll even send along accompaniment parts that can be be heard from the piano's built-in speakers. I don't expect I'll be getting a review unit any time soon. Which is a shame, because I need something over which I can drape seductively, cooing pop standards in the wet silence of my dark apartment, the reflection of my nude, hairy body reflected in the piano's black finish by streetlight.
[Yamaha.com via SlipperyBrick
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