Push Cover / Stand

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jadedone
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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by jadedone » Mon Apr 08, 2013 4:34 pm

for now mine gets the warmth of a black head scarf while not in use, cost $1
but I am looking for a travel bag.

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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by jadedone » Mon Apr 08, 2013 4:35 pm

For now mine gets the warmth of a black head scarf while not in use, cost $1
but I am looking for a travel bag.


Apologies for the double post

Good Night Life
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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by Good Night Life » Sun Apr 28, 2013 6:14 pm

Where is this thing? I know there are obviously MASSIVE supply/demand issues with Push; the cover is a fucking piece of aluminum (I believe) though. They should be able to machine these things for $2.50 in an Asian country and produce thousands a day, though, Ableton will likely charge $60 for it.

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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by SuburbanThug » Sun Apr 28, 2013 6:28 pm

I hope they DON'T release the one that's been shown in photos. The sides of it are open. What use is that???

Asymmetricalmusic
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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by Asymmetricalmusic » Sun Apr 28, 2013 6:43 pm

Open sides or not it looks like a great solution to protect the knobs. I rather have a controller covered in burning man playa dust than one that got broken knobs........I'd like to see your cover with side that's so much better, I might even buy one.......if it was in fact for sale

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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by SuburbanThug » Sun Apr 28, 2013 6:56 pm

I'm pretty sure it would be fairly simple to protect the sides and the knobs with one piece of cheap aluminum. Maybe it's just me. I want everything. It's a problem.

lyovino
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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by lyovino » Sun Apr 28, 2013 8:34 pm

I've been using this and it is by far Great for your studio desk. (Made by Rolodex)
It has multipal degrees of height adjustment and you can sit on it, it don't budge.
With Push mounted on it, the stand is completely hidden. Excellent buy, and very pleased.
You can grab it at Amazon dirt cheap! .. http://www.amazon.com/Rolodex-82410-Lap ... odex+stand

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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by artpunk » Sun Apr 28, 2013 10:35 pm

That does look like a reasonable solution for a stand, but I would still like to see a solid cover solution too!

“... it was just to make an average listener go: ‘What the fuck is this?’ That’s a real inspiration for me and something that I will explore more on upcoming recordings.”
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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by lyovino » Sun Apr 28, 2013 10:42 pm

Yes, that,s my next venture. Just using a soft cloth to cover it.
I also keep a bottle of compressed air handy. The pads are another story..
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Asymmetricalmusic
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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by Asymmetricalmusic » Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:01 am

lyovino wrote:I've been using this and it is by far Great for your studio desk. (Made by Rolodex)
It has multipal degrees of height adjustment and you can sit on it, it don't budge.
With Push mounted on it, the stand is completely hidden. Excellent buy, and very pleased.
You can grab it at Amazon dirt cheap! .. http://www.amazon.com/Rolodex-82410-Lap ... odex+stand

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this design would be so boss if it slide over the Push like the other stand, Does it at least kinda work that way when you pack up in your gig bag?

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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by lyovino » Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:07 am

You really wouldn't want to cover up Push with this. Don't forget it wasn't made for push, but on the desktop you would certainly think so because it is truly excellent for that use.
Something else is lurking waiting to be discovered as the cover… :-)
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manutech
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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by manutech » Tue Apr 30, 2013 2:23 pm

lyovino wrote:I've been using this and it is by far Great for your studio desk. (Made by Rolodex)
nice. any other alternative in the same budget?
is ableton planning to release a stand in the near future?

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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by lyovino » Tue Apr 30, 2013 3:15 pm

I don't know about alternatives, I am more than pleased with this stand. I like it far better than the one supposedly to be released by Ableton.
This one has multiple height adjustments, the only downfall is that it has no cover, but I'm working on that…
Do a search on laptop stands.
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ezelkow1
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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by ezelkow1 » Tue Apr 30, 2013 4:49 pm

Does that stand provide enough support so you can play it at an angle? Just wondering about wobble and putting pressure on it. That was my main hope for a stand was to make it easier to play seated and have push at an angle so you can better see everything

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Re: Push Cover / Stand

Post by lyovino » Tue Apr 30, 2013 5:02 pm

ezelkow1 wrote:Does that stand provide enough support so you can play it at an angle? Just wondering about wobble and putting pressure on it. That was my main hope for a stand was to make it easier to play seated and have push at an angle so you can better see everything
That's why I love it. "0" wobble, you can pound out beats and hit chords without any movement, it don't budge, truly..
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