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Studio RTA Producer Station Maple
Studio RTA Producer Station Maple
Studio RTA Producer Station Maple
Studio RTA Producer Station Maple

Studio RTA Producer Station Maple

Studio RTA Producer Station Maple
Studio RTA Producer Station Maple
Studio RTA Producer Station Maple
Studio RTA Producer Station Maple
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Features

  • 26-1/4" wide slide-out keyboard shelf
  • Ergonomic workspace
  • Dual 20-space racks
  • Steel frame construction

Description

With plenty of room for all your electronic gear, the Studio RTA Producer's Station is the answer to making your workspace more efficient and ergonomic. The main tier is big enough for an 88-key keyboard, and dual 20-space racks on each side keep your rack gear squared away. An 8-space rack holds additional equipment on top and there are dual 8-space CD holders. The upper tier accommodates additional keyboards or a computer monitor. Two smaller sliding tiers hold computer keyboards, and handy cable organizers in back keep them tangle-free and out of the way. Locking casters make the whole system easy to move.. With plenty of room for all your electronic gear, the Studio RTA Producer's Station is the answer to making your workspace more efficient and ergonomic. The main tier is big enough for an 88-key keyboard, and dual 13-space racks on each side keep your rack gear squared away. A 5-space rack holds additional equipment on top and there are dual 8-space CD holders. The upper tier accommodates additional keyboards or a computer monitor. Two smaller sliding tiers hold computer keyboards, and handy cable organizers in back keep them tangle-free and out of the way. Locking casters make the whole system easy to move.


Item Weight 140 pounds


Product Dimensions 77 x 34 x 4 inches


Item model number 50041


Assembled Height 4 inches


Assembled Width 34 inches


Assembled Length 77 inches


Weight 140 Pounds


ASIN B0002F59JU


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 16 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #61,320 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #8 in Recording Studio Furniture


Shipping Weight 140 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available May 11, 2010


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Features

  • 26-1/4" wide slide-out keyboard shelf
  • Ergonomic workspace
  • Dual 20-space racks
  • Steel frame construction

Description

With plenty of room for all your electronic gear, the Studio RTA Producer's Station is the answer to making your workspace more efficient and ergonomic. The main tier is big enough for an 88-key keyboard, and dual 20-space racks on each side keep your rack gear squared away. An 8-space rack holds additional equipment on top and there are dual 8-space CD holders. The upper tier accommodates additional keyboards or a computer monitor. Two smaller sliding tiers hold computer keyboards, and handy cable organizers in back keep them tangle-free and out of the way. Locking casters make the whole system easy to move.. With plenty of room for all your electronic gear, the Studio RTA Producer's Station is the answer to making your workspace more efficient and ergonomic. The main tier is big enough for an 88-key keyboard, and dual 13-space racks on each side keep your rack gear squared away. A 5-space rack holds additional equipment on top and there are dual 8-space CD holders. The upper tier accommodates additional keyboards or a computer monitor. Two smaller sliding tiers hold computer keyboards, and handy cable organizers in back keep them tangle-free and out of the way. Locking casters make the whole system easy to move.


Item Weight 140 pounds


Product Dimensions 77 x 34 x 4 inches


Item model number 50041


Assembled Height 4 inches


Assembled Width 34 inches


Assembled Length 77 inches


Weight 140 Pounds


ASIN B0002F59JU


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 16 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #61,320 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #8 in Recording Studio Furniture


Shipping Weight 140 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available May 11, 2010


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • 26-1/4" wide slide-out keyboard shelf
  • Ergonomic workspace
  • Dual 20-space racks
  • Steel frame construction

Description

With plenty of room for all your electronic gear, the Studio RTA Producer's Station is the answer to making your workspace more efficient and ergonomic. The main tier is big enough for an 88-key keyboard, and dual 20-space racks on each side keep your rack gear squared away. An 8-space rack holds additional equipment on top and there are dual 8-space CD holders. The upper tier accommodates additional keyboards or a computer monitor. Two smaller sliding tiers hold computer keyboards, and handy cable organizers in back keep them tangle-free and out of the way. Locking casters make the whole system easy to move.. With plenty of room for all your electronic gear, the Studio RTA Producer's Station is the answer to making your workspace more efficient and ergonomic. The main tier is big enough for an 88-key keyboard, and dual 13-space racks on each side keep your rack gear squared away. A 5-space rack holds additional equipment on top and there are dual 8-space CD holders. The upper tier accommodates additional keyboards or a computer monitor. Two smaller sliding tiers hold computer keyboards, and handy cable organizers in back keep them tangle-free and out of the way. Locking casters make the whole system easy to move.


Item Weight 140 pounds


Product Dimensions 77 x 34 x 4 inches


Item model number 50041


Assembled Height 4 inches


Assembled Width 34 inches


Assembled Length 77 inches


Weight 140 Pounds


ASIN B0002F59JU


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 16 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #61,320 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #8 in Recording Studio Furniture


Shipping Weight 140 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available May 11, 2010


abunda_amazon_reviews Like many other reviewers, I think this desk is completely awesome. I've used it for three years now with very little trouble. Unlike reviewer Jimbi, I did find a use for that top slide-out: it's where my 16-channel broadcast mixer goes, with a tiny bit of modification (installing the rails considerably lower than the pre-tapped holes would suggest). Otherwise, I agree that the space is probably not practical for most producers. I also find the monitor hutch to be too high. What I did for this was to add a fully articulating arm so that I could pull the monitor down and forward when I'm working for long periods of time. It works pretty well -- the only problem now is just that I'm getting old and need to get glasses specifically for working at this station, since my bifocals still require me to tip my head up too far. The only real issue I have is that the rack threading is awful. None of my ridiculously large supply of rack screws fit the threads, even the self-tapping ones. I had to go out and find the right screws by trying random samples from a hardware store until something approximately fit. Once I did, all was well, and various rackables are being added to the collection. The rack rails are strong enough to hold up pretty heavy gear (I'm installing battery backups as we speak) and they're holding steady. I've recommended this desk to a number of musician and producer friends and colleagues, and will continue to do so!;;Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Nearly perfect.;;Rebekkah H;;/gp/customer-reviews/RH2XE9JQ75YFJ/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B0002F59JU;;;It's solid, rolls back and forth so I can get behind it to do modifications to my wiring of all the computers, monitors, thunderbolt RAID drives, etc. I have a laptop and two external 24" monitors-love this setup. The big monitors are at eye level and I have the extended option checked in display panel. So lots of screen real estate. There is a metal gutter in the back to put your AC/DC converters-very nice. The finish is very resistant to wear and tear. This has to be my best purchase ever on Amazon. You have to put it together in the room where you want it as it will not slide through the door so just keep that in mind. I modified mine by not including the small shelves below the top panel. More space for hard drives for me. I went with the maple version.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;This desk is a beast and you'll love it;;Jim;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1LIZ0UTY7HWNF/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B0002F59JU;;;While actually getting this monster into my house from where the delivery driver just dropped it at the curb due to it's insane weight (thank's for the free shipping BTW...) was a chore and I had to disassemble the boxes and carry each part in separately, I have literally no complaints about this item. It is heavily constructed with 8 heavy duty casters/wheels underneath. The rack rails are welded to the lower vertical supports and screwed into the upper supports for the top shelf. While I could not mount my Berhinger EP 4000 amp above the bottom level due to the weight (68 lbs.) and lack of rear rails, any reasonable piece of equipment fits nicely and is well supported. This desk has a large amount of real estate up front (6 feet in length) to accommodate multiple hardware devices, and has enough room for my two powered monitor speakers, my laptop, and two 20" LCD monitors on top. I am scared to think about ever having to move this thing out of the room it is in (it will have to be at least partially disassembled to fit through any reasonably sized doorway) so I recommend making sure you intend to leave it where you put it together for awhile, but cant think of anything bad to say about this desk. Any other comparable piece costs 2 to 4 times as much and doesn't really offer anyhting more until you get into modular expansion racks, etc.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2012;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Absolutely the best product in this price range and more than adequate for a wide range of applications.;;spyderdyne;;/gp/customer-reviews/R3IOX6F7T1H3JN/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B0002F59JU;;;Super spacious desk, this workstation had every thing that I needed .;;Reviewed in the United States on October 9, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Perfect Workspace for any engineer/producer;;Bebe;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1A32YQ6TRFG5F/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B0002F59JU;;;I'm going to write this review as a full time record producer who has owned this desk for nearly 4 years. Firstly, this desk is awesome. Right off the bat, it's a great deal. Desks like it go for upwards of $800. I only have a few critiques that I have noticed over my years of using it rigorously: 1. The monitors sit too high. Not terribly too high as to make it super noticeable, but after a 10 hour session, you may start to feel fatigue or strain in your neck. I would say you could simply raise your chair up, but the slide-out keyboard tray will pretty much force you to stay where you are- unless you remove it. 2. The 4 metal "grating" pieces on the sides are incredibly flimsy and resonate noticeably if there is too much vibration on the desk from sound. A couple of other things that are not very practical for this desk but may very well be good for someone else: 1. The fact that there are CD holders is kind of silly to me. If not outdated, it doesn't really look good for someone with a full time audio profession to just have CDs put in their studio desk. 2. The extra slide-out tray in the upper tier is cool for extra guitar pedals and DI boxes, but I think most would agree that it would be better if they had just put a second rack area there. What I ended up doing to make this desk work great for me: 1. Took off the side "grating". It doesn't resonate now , routing cables and snakes is WAY easier, and it looks sleeker. 2. Completely removed the top tier. Yes... Completely removed the top rack and sliding tray area designated for your screens. Now I don't have neck fatigue, and I also now have room for 2 pairs of studio monitors on the desk (still enough room for my dual screens as well). I just consolidated all of my rack equipment to the bottom sides, which looks and works much better because I am not usually needing to make constant adjustments during tracking after everything is set up. Another added bonus for me: since my live room A is right behind my desk, removing the top tier made it way easier for me to see into the live room through the glass. One thing I may do in the future is replace the wheels with bigger, higher quality wheels to make moving the desk a little easier. But besides that, I don't really see any reason to complain about them because unless you are constantly moving the desk, you probably wont ever notice them.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2016;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Awesome desk. Completely worth it. A couple of tips to resolve common user complaints.;;Jimbi;;/gp/customer-reviews/R205NKY9JJHSHZ/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B0002F59JU;;;Love this desk in my studio. You will too.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Love this desk;;George Robbins;;/gp/customer-reviews/R39KO8Z4N8GUS5/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B0002F59JU;;;The desk is wonderful, and it only took 2 hours to setup. If you got someone's help, in my case I did. It will be helpful when doing some multitasking.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;A Great Workstation Desk;;tchevey pierre;;/gp/customer-reviews/R39DUVLGMRI3DO/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B0002F59JU

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Rebekkah H - Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2019
Nearly perfect.
Like many other reviewers, I think this desk is completely awesome. I've used it for three years now with very little trouble. Unlike reviewer Jimbi, I did find a use for that top slide-out: it's where my 16-channel broadcast mixer goes, with a tiny bit of modification (installing the rails considerably lower than the pre-tapped holes would suggest). Otherwise, I agree that the space is probably not practical for most producers. I also find the monitor hutch to be too high. What I did for this was to add a fully articulating arm so that I could pull the monitor down and forward when I'm working for long periods of time. It works pretty well -- the only problem now is just that I'm getting old and need to get glasses specifically for working at this station, since my bifocals still require me to tip my head up too far. The only real issue I have is that the rack threading is awful. None of my ridiculously large supply of rack screws fit the threads, even the self-tapping ones. I had to go out and find the right screws by trying random samples from a hardware store until something approximately fit. Once I did, all was well, and various rackables are being added to the collection. The rack rails are strong enough to hold up pretty heavy gear (I'm installing battery backups as we speak) and they're holding steady. I've recommended this desk to a number of musician and producer friends and colleagues, and will continue to do so!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jim - Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2020
This desk is a beast and you'll love it
It's solid, rolls back and forth so I can get behind it to do modifications to my wiring of all the computers, monitors, thunderbolt RAID drives, etc. I have a laptop and two external 24" monitors-love this setup. The big monitors are at eye level and I have the extended option checked in display panel. So lots of screen real estate. There is a metal gutter in the back to put your AC/DC converters-very nice. The finish is very resistant to wear and tear. This has to be my best purchase ever on Amazon. You have to put it together in the room where you want it as it will not slide through the door so just keep that in mind. I modified mine by not including the small shelves below the top panel. More space for hard drives for me. I went with the maple version.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By spyderdyne - Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2012
Absolutely the best product in this price range and more than adequate for a wide range of applications.
While actually getting this monster into my house from where the delivery driver just dropped it at the curb due to it's insane weight (thank's for the free shipping BTW...) was a chore and I had to disassemble the boxes and carry each part in separately, I have literally no complaints about this item. It is heavily constructed with 8 heavy duty casters/wheels underneath. The rack rails are welded to the lower vertical supports and screwed into the upper supports for the top shelf. While I could not mount my Berhinger EP 4000 amp above the bottom level due to the weight (68 lbs.) and lack of rear rails, any reasonable piece of equipment fits nicely and is well supported. This desk has a large amount of real estate up front (6 feet in length) to accommodate multiple hardware devices, and has enough room for my two powered monitor speakers, my laptop, and two 20" LCD monitors on top. I am scared to think about ever having to move this thing out of the room it is in (it will have to be at least partially disassembled to fit through any reasonably sized doorway) so I recommend making sure you intend to leave it where you put it together for awhile, but cant think of anything bad to say about this desk. Any other comparable piece costs 2 to 4 times as much and doesn't really offer anyhting more until you get into modular expansion racks, etc.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bebe - Reviewed in the United States on October 9, 2018
Perfect Workspace for any engineer/producer
Super spacious desk, this workstation had every thing that I needed .

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jimbi - Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2016
Awesome desk. Completely worth it. A couple of tips to resolve common user complaints.
I'm going to write this review as a full time record producer who has owned this desk for nearly 4 years. Firstly, this desk is awesome. Right off the bat, it's a great deal. Desks like it go for upwards of $800. I only have a few critiques that I have noticed over my years of using it rigorously: 1. The monitors sit too high. Not terribly too high as to make it super noticeable, but after a 10 hour session, you may start to feel fatigue or strain in your neck. I would say you could simply raise your chair up, but the slide-out keyboard tray will pretty much force you to stay where you are- unless you remove it. 2. The 4 metal "grating" pieces on the sides are incredibly flimsy and resonate noticeably if there is too much vibration on the desk from sound. A couple of other things that are not very practical for this desk but may very well be good for someone else: 1. The fact that there are CD holders is kind of silly to me. If not outdated, it doesn't really look good for someone with a full time audio profession to just have CDs put in their studio desk. 2. The extra slide-out tray in the upper tier is cool for extra guitar pedals and DI boxes, but I think most would agree that it would be better if they had just put a second rack area there. What I ended up doing to make this desk work great for me: 1. Took off the side "grating". It doesn't resonate now , routing cables and snakes is WAY easier, and it looks sleeker. 2. Completely removed the top tier. Yes... Completely removed the top rack and sliding tray area designated for your screens. Now I don't have neck fatigue, and I also now have room for 2 pairs of studio monitors on the desk (still enough room for my dual screens as well). I just consolidated all of my rack equipment to the bottom sides, which looks and works much better because I am not usually needing to make constant adjustments during tracking after everything is set up. Another added bonus for me: since my live room A is right behind my desk, removing the top tier made it way easier for me to see into the live room through the glass. One thing I may do in the future is replace the wheels with bigger, higher quality wheels to make moving the desk a little easier. But besides that, I don't really see any reason to complain about them because unless you are constantly moving the desk, you probably wont ever notice them.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By George Robbins - Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2016
Love this desk
Love this desk in my studio. You will too.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By tchevey pierre - Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2017
A Great Workstation Desk
The desk is wonderful, and it only took 2 hours to setup. If you got someone's help, in my case I did. It will be helpful when doing some multitasking.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Rebekkah H - Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2019
Nearly perfect.
Like many other reviewers, I think this desk is completely awesome. I've used it for three years now with very little trouble. Unlike reviewer Jimbi, I did find a use for that top slide-out: it's where my 16-channel broadcast mixer goes, with a tiny bit of modification (installing the rails considerably lower than the pre-tapped holes would suggest). Otherwise, I agree that the space is probably not practical for most producers. I also find the monitor hutch to be too high. What I did for this was to add a fully articulating arm so that I could pull the monitor down and forward when I'm working for long periods of time. It works pretty well -- the only problem now is just that I'm getting old and need to get glasses specifically for working at this station, since my bifocals still require me to tip my head up too far. The only real issue I have is that the rack threading is awful. None of my ridiculously large supply of rack screws fit the threads, even the self-tapping ones. I had to go out and find the right screws by trying random samples from a hardware store until something approximately fit. Once I did, all was well, and various rackables are being added to the collection. The rack rails are strong enough to hold up pretty heavy gear (I'm installing battery backups as we speak) and they're holding steady. I've recommended this desk to a number of musician and producer friends and colleagues, and will continue to do so!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jim - Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2020
This desk is a beast and you'll love it
It's solid, rolls back and forth so I can get behind it to do modifications to my wiring of all the computers, monitors, thunderbolt RAID drives, etc. I have a laptop and two external 24" monitors-love this setup. The big monitors are at eye level and I have the extended option checked in display panel. So lots of screen real estate. There is a metal gutter in the back to put your AC/DC converters-very nice. The finish is very resistant to wear and tear. This has to be my best purchase ever on Amazon. You have to put it together in the room where you want it as it will not slide through the door so just keep that in mind. I modified mine by not including the small shelves below the top panel. More space for hard drives for me. I went with the maple version.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By spyderdyne - Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2012
Absolutely the best product in this price range and more than adequate for a wide range of applications.
While actually getting this monster into my house from where the delivery driver just dropped it at the curb due to it's insane weight (thank's for the free shipping BTW...) was a chore and I had to disassemble the boxes and carry each part in separately, I have literally no complaints about this item. It is heavily constructed with 8 heavy duty casters/wheels underneath. The rack rails are welded to the lower vertical supports and screwed into the upper supports for the top shelf. While I could not mount my Berhinger EP 4000 amp above the bottom level due to the weight (68 lbs.) and lack of rear rails, any reasonable piece of equipment fits nicely and is well supported. This desk has a large amount of real estate up front (6 feet in length) to accommodate multiple hardware devices, and has enough room for my two powered monitor speakers, my laptop, and two 20" LCD monitors on top. I am scared to think about ever having to move this thing out of the room it is in (it will have to be at least partially disassembled to fit through any reasonably sized doorway) so I recommend making sure you intend to leave it where you put it together for awhile, but cant think of anything bad to say about this desk. Any other comparable piece costs 2 to 4 times as much and doesn't really offer anyhting more until you get into modular expansion racks, etc.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bebe - Reviewed in the United States on October 9, 2018
Perfect Workspace for any engineer/producer
Super spacious desk, this workstation had every thing that I needed .

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jimbi - Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2016
Awesome desk. Completely worth it. A couple of tips to resolve common user complaints.
I'm going to write this review as a full time record producer who has owned this desk for nearly 4 years. Firstly, this desk is awesome. Right off the bat, it's a great deal. Desks like it go for upwards of $800. I only have a few critiques that I have noticed over my years of using it rigorously: 1. The monitors sit too high. Not terribly too high as to make it super noticeable, but after a 10 hour session, you may start to feel fatigue or strain in your neck. I would say you could simply raise your chair up, but the slide-out keyboard tray will pretty much force you to stay where you are- unless you remove it. 2. The 4 metal "grating" pieces on the sides are incredibly flimsy and resonate noticeably if there is too much vibration on the desk from sound. A couple of other things that are not very practical for this desk but may very well be good for someone else: 1. The fact that there are CD holders is kind of silly to me. If not outdated, it doesn't really look good for someone with a full time audio profession to just have CDs put in their studio desk. 2. The extra slide-out tray in the upper tier is cool for extra guitar pedals and DI boxes, but I think most would agree that it would be better if they had just put a second rack area there. What I ended up doing to make this desk work great for me: 1. Took off the side "grating". It doesn't resonate now , routing cables and snakes is WAY easier, and it looks sleeker. 2. Completely removed the top tier. Yes... Completely removed the top rack and sliding tray area designated for your screens. Now I don't have neck fatigue, and I also now have room for 2 pairs of studio monitors on the desk (still enough room for my dual screens as well). I just consolidated all of my rack equipment to the bottom sides, which looks and works much better because I am not usually needing to make constant adjustments during tracking after everything is set up. Another added bonus for me: since my live room A is right behind my desk, removing the top tier made it way easier for me to see into the live room through the glass. One thing I may do in the future is replace the wheels with bigger, higher quality wheels to make moving the desk a little easier. But besides that, I don't really see any reason to complain about them because unless you are constantly moving the desk, you probably wont ever notice them.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By George Robbins - Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2016
Love this desk
Love this desk in my studio. You will too.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By tchevey pierre - Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2017
A Great Workstation Desk
The desk is wonderful, and it only took 2 hours to setup. If you got someone's help, in my case I did. It will be helpful when doing some multitasking.