This looks fantastic, and it's just the kind of thing I was trying to imagine in my head. I wasn't sure whether it would be possible to have everything connected to the sit-stand desk, so that everything goes up and down together, but it looks like you have achieved that? Are your two secondary computer monitors on arms which are connected to the sit-stand desk? I would love to put together something like this - may I ask for some specs for what you have here? The frame, desk top, any other hardware (how did you put together the drawer system for the keyboard?).
Many thanks @stigc56
Sorry for the late reply.
I used a table frame from Fully: Jarvis Frame - Black - Wide - MidRange - Programmable.
The table was made of wood, what we here in Denmark calls MDF 1800 x 1000 x 28 mm.
The 2 ball bearing guides was mounted to the frame with 3 bolts on each side.
Finally the keyboard "drawer" was made of 2 aluminium squares fixed with screws to the bearings. You will also need some kind of stabilisator BETWEEN the 2 squares, on the downside, to keep the keyboard from wobbling when you pull out the drawer. I choose to fix my Yamaha S90es with screws to the two squares. I will supply my drawings in short time.
What I appreciate mostly is :
1/ 2 screens, one being vertical, which is extremely convenient for Cubase (in tracks view, or in the Midi Editor with big Expression Maps and few controller lanes), for music sheets in pdf or in notation editors, and for many other things
2/ a 2 positions desk :
- 1 for mainly working with keyboard and mouse, with the ability to test some things on the piano
- and 1 for mainly playing piano, with the ability to do some episodic stuff (read/write mail, load a sheet...) on the PC. I only have to remove a little board (where my wrists usually rest) to be closer to the piano (the PC keyboard is lower than the piano keyboard, so it doesn't bother)
3/ a window (even if it's a bad idea for acoustics) with birds coming to eat and a view to the nature, a river, ducks and gooses...