Of course, there is also a laptop and an audio interface, but I only need visual on the computer screen, not mouse/keyboard.
In the past, we’ve always played at standing desks - we have them in our rehearsal space, I have one at home, and our last gig we were able to borrow some. But, bringing standing desks to most gigs is pretty impractical!
What I don’t want is to get a cheap, standard folding table that’s 29" high, and play standing but all hunched over.
I’ve been looking at keyboard stands, with various shelves and attachments - but can’t seem to find anything that works - looks like it’ll be stable enough to drum on the controller, and doesn’t seem totally jury-rigged.
Banquet tables are too low and too large, card tables are too low, too wimpy, and too square. A 24" X 48" table at counter height is perfect for most setups. I host a lot of shows and have three of these tables, everyone loves them. Get some groovy tablecloths for them too:
They don’t look like they are designed to fold up - The box and A frame Jaspers stands don’t seem designed to be portable. Are they? The site’s information is sparse, and images not very big (even when zoomed!)
I’d recommend just cutting a piece of plywood to size and attaching velcro so your controllers can be tacked down during performance. Then put it on some kind riser stand. Keyboard Z stands work well for that sort of thing.
So long as it’s not too large to fit in your vehicle.
If this sort of thing floats your boat… a) I have python scripts for configuring it easily, b) I’m about to release an Ableton Remote script that improves the experience (and not just FaderFox specific, should work for mostly midi-box-o-slider-knobs-and-buttons)