Coverup is a young company from Argentina that offers handy, inexpensive 3D printed stands for synthesizers, drum machines, and other audio gear.
Stands for electronic music gear don’t cause a sensation. No, however, they are practical in many situations. For example, you can highlight an instrument in the studio, bundle instruments that fit together or significantly improve the workflow of a device. The last one is probably one of the most reasons why musicians buy stands for synths or drum machines.
This gives you a better view of the screens of the devices (Elektron Digitakt, Digitone…) but also better ergonomics and workflows. Especially synthesizers that are built very flat benefit greatly from this.
Coverup offers a large number of different 3D printed stands. For example for the Roland Boutique range, Behringer Model D/Crave, Korg Volcas, or Elektron devices. Besides this, they also produce protective covers (Decksaver-like) for machines.
For those who are interested in these stands, but are afraid of shipping from Argentina (import taxes, time…) there is good news. The company recently started selling from a store in Barcelona. This means, no tax or import stress for EU customers.
Coverup stands start at € 14.99 (excluding VAT) and are available now.
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