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Thanks for the ID fam. $50 bucks tho(retail $99)? That's kinda steep for a small stand like that. After looking it, I'm wondering how sturdy it is. Know of any other stands like that? I'm looking for something that doesn't sit directly on the keyboard, but a stand that would actually fit under the keyboard in the same shape, but where the bottom wouldn't sit on the keyboard, but would curve behind and under the keyboard. Know of anything like that?
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Thanks for the ID fam. $50 bucks tho(retail $99)? That's kinda steep for a small stand like that. After looking it, I'm wondering how sturdy it is. Know of any other stands like that? I'm looking for something that doesn't sit directly on the keyboard, but a stand that would actually fit under the keyboard in the same shape, but where the bottom wouldn't sit on the keyboard, but would curve behind and under the keyboard. Know of anything like that?
Digi you need to find a welding shop. when everyone used the mixer stand with legs for MPC's I had one built with rack spaces on the back (THE dopest MPC stand and it's too small for my 4k now. Damn I should have had him make it fit more than just 3k/s etc..
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This would be PERFECT if only the bottom legs were just flat so that I could just slide them flush under and behind my keyboard. That way my Maschine would sit above the keys on the stand but still be stablized sitting underneath the small space between my desk and the keyboard. THe only issue is they raised the sides on the legs so it wont fit flush under my keyboard. Dam.


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I think he just plopped it on there because it looked good. That thing was flexing like a mofo. Nothing worse than going hard on the pads and having the MPC bounce. Peep out my stand.

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i just use this (Targus), 25 bucks off amazon.


gives ~2" lift at the back so you can fully see the screen from a seated position. plus it does this....
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Digi you need to find a welding shop. when everyone used the mixer stand with legs for MPC's I had one built with rack spaces on the back (THE dopest MPC stand and it's too small for my 4k now. Damn I should have had him make it fit more than just 3k/s etc..
Hey man do you happen to have any pictures of what your stand looks like? I work with some guys that are crazy talented with metal, and i'd love to get something like this built.. thanks!
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I think he just plopped it on there because it looked good. That thing was flexing like a mofo. Nothing worse than going hard on the pads and having the MPC bounce. Peep out my stand.

Who took a dump on your MP?
This reminds me of a classic thread around here from way back!
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friend of mine had a basic sheet music stand for his 2000xl for playing standing up, which was pretty cool
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Who took a dump on your MP?
This reminds me of a classic thread around here from way back!
Took a dump on my MPC? what are you talking about?

That's a graphic art an artist painted on there for me. You can't really see it from that angle.
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Actually the stand in that video is a Griffin Elevator. I got one for like $17 at micro center but I haven't put it to use yet.





But anyway, once upon a time I used a snare stand to hold my ASR-X and MPC 3000.
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I'm looking for something that doesn't sit directly on the keyboard, but a stand that would actually fit under the keyboard in the same shape, but where the bottom wouldn't sit on the keyboard, but would curve behind and under the keyboard. Know of anything like that?
How about this:


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Actually the stand in that video is a Griffin Elevator. I got one for like $17 at micro center but I haven't put it to use yet.





But anyway, once upon a time I used a snare stand to hold my ASR-X and MPC 3000.
This would be crap for the MPC. I had this for Serato in my studio and even typing on my 17' Macbook it would move up and down. Unless they've made them sturdier since then. I bought mine like 2 years ago.
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My father and I built a stand out of wood, and I'm using a basic snare drum stand to hold the wood in place.. I dont have a picture of the stand itself though..
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And the frame... (Sorry for the triple post. Doing this from my phone)
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If you live near an Ikea you can't beat this for 4 bucks. They're perfect for desktop synths, controllers, drum machines, etc. I've bought at least 4 of these.

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My Maschine came with a protector and the official N.I. Maschine stand. It was an offern and I'm very satisfied with it. Check it out:


Sorry for the billboard type of size LOL


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