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Studio Ergonomics: A Healthy Production Space

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Studio Ergonomics: A Healthy Production Space

We have all seen a ton of blogs covering topics on studio acoustics, proper room treatment, choosing the right monitors, and DAW software, but one thing we tend to overlook is how healthy or ergonomic our production space is.
Having your gear properly elevated not only will help your neck and back from feeling like an 80 year-old but it also helps your wrists and music programming. This is especially true for live performers and finger drummers.

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ANR | Interview + Products + 20% OFF!

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ANR | Interview + Products + 20% OFF!

AudioNewsRoom - ANR tested Cremacaffè stands with PERfourMER MKII, MacBook Air, IK Multimedia UNO Synth and more... - Read the review here!

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NEW KOSMO! Design Update

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NEW KOSMO! Design Update

From now on, you will be receiving a new KOSMO stand, with all the features of our original design PLUS 1) a sturdier support, 2) Cable management, 3) One more operating angle. The new KOSMO is available at the same price of the previous model.

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HERO stand upgraded for Digitakt & Co.

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HERO stand upgraded for Digitakt & Co.

At Cremacaffè we regularly review our designs, with the help of hundreds of our Clients' feedbacks. It's a bit like crowd-sourced design, with the advantage of small-scale production: as soon as we see room for improvement in one of our products, we start working on it, in order to ship the updated stand to our next Customer.

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New anti-skid system for all our stands!

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New anti-skid system for all our stands!

Simpler, sturdier, and it will provide a better grip, for happier playing.
The new rubber feet are made out of repurposed rubber tubes, which are small in size and transparent, yet sturdy enough to be up to the task. We tweaked the design of our stands in a way to secure the anti-skid caps without adding any glue or nails. A simpler system will last longer, and it will make it easier in the future to separate rubber from wood for recycling.

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