Take apart? What do you mean?
Shrug, they seem to have a really wide range of sizes.
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!)
Indeed. They are great (I have one) but they're not really designed for portability. It's a fair amount of work to assemble and disassemble.
@jnoble's table is probably the best idea then.
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.
That's great, I didn't know these were a thing. A table like this with some kind of nice wrap or drape would look good too.
I have a growing collection of hippie drapes, they look pretty good on the table:
I use a pedalboard flight case as a makeshift table on top of an X style keyboard stand.
i use a keyboard case on an x-stand or it sits on my rhodes. both are fun!
Hi - I know this may be costly, but I'd recommend forming a half circle around you with your controllers using these: http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Autolocator?adpos=1o3&creative=55674776881&device=c&matchtype=&network=g&product_id=Autolocator&gclid=Cj0KEQiA-f3CBRCbluKf4vu008kBEiQAl-iGqzKm29cwRXQ3AQhXrdTQtPkSAqYObDrejXrKIRWT0MQaAmjV8P8HAQ.
I swear by them. They are sturdy and you can always reconfigure.
Spent too much time looking at various folding tables and stands the last few days. I currently thinking of going with this:
A little pricey, but seems very stable, sets up easily, no loose parts, and transportable.
Sorry to be off topic, but what's the unit leftmost on the picture? Can't seem to load highres enough to read its name or maker ("enhance" doesn't seem to do it)
FaderFox UC44 - expensive, but really well made and very nice feature set.http://faderfox.de/uc44.html
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)
Thanks for the info! Would definitely be keen on an ableton remote script if it works with other controllers as well!
This arrived today:
Only bump is what to do with the audio interface (there in the back on the left). If the computer tray were wider it could live there.... may have to swap out that stand for something with a wider tray.
Wow that's pretty amazing folded!
How about some velcro to attach it out of the way on the bottom?
that is very, very satisfying.
do you ever need to get at the audio interface mid performance, or could it be under something? eg, a sloping stand to put the 44 on?
Well - ideally, yes - both the master volume and headphone volume are on the interface - and while I can get at volume control for those via Live via my controllers - nothing quite beats having a knob at the last gain stage.