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Hugh sung has done this YouTube video. If the video doesn’t help, you can contact him through Cunningham Pianos
"Music, rich, full of feeling, not soulless, is like a crystal on which the sun falls and brings forth from it a whole rainbow" - F. Chopin "I never dreamt with my own two hands I could touch the sky" - Sappho
I don't think it'll be something I use a lot either, but I do want to understand it better, and see if it's possible to do things such as hook up to a real-time MIDI signal and control the piano from a remote keyboard (maybe that's a function that already exists without the point-to-point connection?).
I talked to the sales guy on the phone. You need to put the piano in maintenance mode and enable the option. You'll need the serial number on the disklavier box. We tried getting my piano into maintenance mode (holding that button in for 4 seconds, blue flashing light), but mine wouldn't get into that mode. So I'll need a tech to come out and check. You might have better luck.
But once enabled, we could then play on each others pianos remotely ;0
IYou need to put the piano in maintenance mode and enable the option. You'll need the serial number on the disklavier box. We tried getting my piano into maintenance mode (holding that button in for 4 seconds, blue flashing light), but mine wouldn't get into that mode.
That totally worked! Thanks for coming to the rescue, bSharp!
I thought I'd bump this rather than create a new thread. I'm not associated with Cunningham in any way, but noticed that this event is scheduled for today (June 6, 2022, 7:30pm EST) and thought it might be of interest to some:
TONIGHT at 7:30 pm EST, the University of Florida International Piano Festival will be hosting pianist Hugh Sung in a special remote Yamaha Disklavier Recital and Masterclass. Two Yamaha Disklavier pianos will be connected over the Internet between Pennsylvania and Florida, allowing performers in each state to perform on each other's pianos. In this livestream event, Hugh will be performing works by Chaminade, Mel. Bonis, Griffes, Respighi, Ravel and Chopin, and then conducting a remote masterclass with participants of the Festival.