I simply made one myself with these things: https://www.steigerbuis-online.nl/buiskoppelingen/steigerbuis-koppelingen-26-9-mm.html
It’s not rock steady, but it set me back about €150,- including the wood. Easily customizable too.
I have a second layer on mine that’s half as deep with record players on it. So it’s like a standing
and a sitting level.
Cutting the scaff pipe can be a bit of a pain in the neck if you don’t have the right tools.
Don’t know tbh thats why I want enough space to add whatever I feel like. I want two monitors for split screen, I’ve only got a small midi keyboard and tr808 atm but not ruling out a bigger keyboard and some synths/drum machines ect.
@cyclopian that looks decent!
@AxeD that would be a great little project if I had a garage but I don’t… I just want something quick, simple and easy.
Might be cheaper to get like a normalish desk for computer then an a-frame stand to attach keyboards, etc?
or trawl thru eBay for a cheap desk/table
Yeah, I was gunna just go for a standard old school office desk like this:
I don’t know anything aboud sound acoustics… is it better to have the set up in the middle of the wall rather than the corner? So go for something like this instead:
I’m using two of those in my room rn, plus the rolling cart from the same line. They are great. They shipped from Taiwan for me and it was cheap so I’m guessing it won’t be too crazy for you shipping-wise.
(messy af rn )
Current set up:
Will update once I have a proper booth with CDJ stands. Would like new monitor as well.
Used to do the same on an old apt of mine.
I’ve had many kitchen jams. I didn’t leave it set up there permanently though.
@Phigure Aren’t you worried about splashing water onto your gear?
When I had mine set up free for a week I turned the valve on the pipe off.
I am and I have lol
Been working on the Techno Table. I’m seriously out of room already. Need to think about some sort of stands or something.