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Is there a small portable table that has two levels?
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Is there a small portable table that has two levels?

I'm trying to set up a live rig. Playing. I have a small QSC TouchMix 16 and a MacBook Pro. I've got to get a small portable table Does anyone know of a table where I can place that small mixer, an interface (Metric Halo ULN-2) and the MacBookPro on top of that? I don't want to bring TWO small folding tables. I thought perhaps there's something out there I'm missing. It happens so often.

Ideally, I guess would be a two-level table.
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How about two heavy-duty music stands -- not the folding ones, the big, solid "school" ones.

Or you could make a couple of small plywood tabletops and attach those threaded Atlas mic stand mounts.

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How about two heavy-duty music stands -- not the folding ones, the big, solid "school" ones.

Or you could make a couple of small plywood tabletops and attach those threaded Atlas mic stand mounts.
Not a bad idea. I just ordered two of those plywood folding tables. I can’t think of a small portable two tiered table.
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I'm trying to set up a live rig. Playing. I have a small QSC TouchMix 16 and a MacBook Pro. I've got to get a small portable table Does anyone know of a table where I can place that small mixer, an interface (Metric Halo ULN-2) and the MacBookPro on top of that? I don't want to bring TWO small folding tables. I thought perhaps there's something out there I'm missing. It happens so often.

Ideally, I guess would be a two-level table.
I would have a look at all those desks and stands for DJs. There must be stands for 2 cd-decks or record-players. I have one from Magma for my Akai MPC live and a second level for a MacBook Pro.



Being used to König&Meyer quality I hated it when I had to assemble it:-). It is not that cheap (about 70,- or 80,-), but it is quite stable and very flexible. I think operating the pads of the MPC is quite a good test. You can choose how width and how high the first level is, so there would be place enough under the mixer for your interface.

Maybe this or something similar is a solution for you.
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I would have a look at all those desks and stands for DJs. There must be stands for 2 cd-decks or record-players. I have one from Magma for my Akai MPC live and a second level for a MacBook Pro.



Being used to König&Meyer quality I hated it when I had to assemble it:-). It is not that cheap (about 70,- or 80,-), but it is quite stable and very flexible. I think operating the pads of the MPC is quite a good test. You can choose how width and how high the first level is, so there would be place enough under the mixer for your interface.

Maybe this or something similar is a solution for you.
I think that's super cool.
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I think that's super cool.
Me too.
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I have been using Quik Lok stuff. They have a heavy duty folding "table" and a good laptop stand. Found good deals on each at different times. The table doesn't have a top, but can be set to handle a short depth rack up to a fairly large mixing board. Happy with them both.

Henry, fwiw ha I use them to hold Metric Halo stuff also, though rack mounted, (laptop on top of rack, or on laptop stand) and MIDI control surfaces. If I really want to spread out I have a tray that screws onto a mic stand which works well with a cheap tripod base, that I trust to hold the MIDI control surface. It all breaks down pretty good, especially that table.
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