For discussion about setting up your studio and advice on the gear and equipment within it.
By CharlesRandolph Tue Feb 26, 2019 3:09 pm
Building a side cart for the MPC.

In your opinion what is the optimal height for a none adjustable stand?
What is the optimal tilt of the table top?
Also do you like locking caster wheels?
Cable Management conduits?
By Eyalc Wed Feb 27, 2019 1:42 am
CharlesRandolph wrote:Building a side cart for the MPC.

In your opinion what is the optimal height for a none adjustable stand?
What is the optimal tilt of the table top?
Also do you like locking caster wheels?
Cable Management conduits?


1. 42 - 45 inches (most chairs are 30 inches in height)
2. Not sure about this one - 20 degrees maybe?
3. I like locking casters
4. This would be cool, but not necessary IMO
By CharlesRandolph Wed Feb 27, 2019 7:32 am
Eyalc wrote:1. 42 - 45 inches (most chairs are 30 inches in height)
2. Not sure about this one - 20 degrees maybe?
3. I like locking casters
4. This would be cool, but not necessary IMO



1. Top of the MPC will be 28 1/8 inches (Same height as Steinway Grand Piano.)
(42 - 45 was pretty high. Would be nice for standing up.)

2. Using 4 inch, non marking, locking caster wheels

3. The Tilt will be 15 Degrees.

4. Added a 2" feed hole and 2 inch pvc pipe for the conduit.

The stand will be wood, so that's solid and dosen't shake or vibrate when hitting the pads. Using the MPC 4000 as the foot print. If this stand can hold it, all the other MPC should be good to go.
By Eyalc Wed Feb 27, 2019 1:12 pm
Apologies, I meant 32-35 inches. Not 42-45. Yeah 42-45 wouldn't work for sitting.
By CharlesRandolph Thu Feb 28, 2019 7:13 am
EVerything is measured and being cut tomorrow. Once it's done, I'll PM you the specs, if you want to make one. Thanks for the input.
By Eyalc Thu Feb 28, 2019 12:10 pm
Absolutely! I appreciate that.