We have a Clavinova CVP-103 which my wife used to record a bunch of music onto floppy discs years ago. I'm trying to work out the best way of ensuring she can still listen to her music without having to play it through the CVP-103, as we would ideally like to replace it with something lighter, less bulky and more up-to-date.
I have some experience with midi, and own FL Studio and a Scarlett 2i4. Importing the midi files from the floppy discs didn't really work because of the way the piano records the music all as one track. Although I could get it to play in FL Studio, none of the voices were set up and it seemed like it would be a complete nightmare to sort out.
The only thing I can think of that would be remotely practical at this point would be to record them directly from the piano into FL Studio as audio files using an external microphone, but we don't own one and I'd rather not have to purchase something that we're never going to need to use again.
Are there any other options I've not thought about that might work?