Improve Your Posture & Let the Music Flow

Posted by on Nov 11, 2017 in Design, Ergonomics | No Comments

Music making is a creative, happiness-releasing act. You also want it to be pain-free for your back and your eyes. Yet our technological devices are designed for portability, not ergonomics, resulting in long hours hunched over our devices in a “powerless position” (Michalak et al. 2014). Besides putting a strain equivalent to a 7 years ...

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MPC2000XL Miniature Keychain

Posted by on Jun 28, 2017 in Design, News | No Comments

Producer Gear: “The Monarch Enterprise and Cremacaffe Design have joined forces on their latest release of miniature keychains. The MPC 2000XL has been a staple for tons of legendary producers for almost 2 decades. A distant offspring of the MPC 60, originally created by Roger Linn and Akai Professional, the MPC 2000XL solidified Akai’s leadership in ...

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New, heavy-duty rubber feet!

Posted by on Jun 21, 2017 in Design, Ergonomics, News | No Comments

From today on we are shipping our stands with new, heavy-duty rubber feet! The new anti-skid feet are slightly thicker, for better shock absorption and easier fit on irregular surfaces, and clear, for a safer grip on your white surfaces. Our Clients’s feedback is a great creativity boost, and it helps us improve our products. ...

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Cremacaffè Stands: BEST VALUE for your Studio Furniture | Future Music Mag.

Posted by on Jan 24, 2017 in Design, Ergonomics, Technology | No Comments

In the February 2017 issue, Future Music Magazine reviews several items which can improve your music making experience, and the verdict is: Cremacaffè stands give you the “Best Value”, with a score of 9.2 out of 10. FM writes about Cremacaffè tabletop stands: “In terms of bang for your buck, these are easily the quickest ...

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Proto-Art!

Posted by on Sep 10, 2016 in Design, Ergonomics, People, Places | No Comments

Artist Fabio Romano works with wood – in a similar yet completely different way than we do – he burns it, until it does resemble a landscape in ruins, once photographed. Fabio will be soon off to work in Galerie Nardone Bruxelles, carrying several early prototypes of our KOLIBRI laptop & tablet stand with him.

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