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Don't forget that music accessories can alleviate many inconveniences in your musical engagement.
Music accessories are indispensable gdgets that will further improve your musical activities, make it easier to play and allow you to progress. In this category are:
- different stands, such as conductor's desks, music stands, microphone stands, speaker stands, light stands, stand lights, and stand accessories,
- metronomes and tuners - electronic metronomes, mechanical metronomes, intonation and tuning forks, tuners and metronome tuners,
- batons and accessories,
- accessories for orchestras,
- gift program - clothes and small presents program,
- batteries and accessories.
A music stand is a pedestal or raised stand designed to hold the note in a reading position. Most music stands intended for orchestras, chamber ensembles or solo instruments can be adjusted in height to suit seated or standing performers of different heights. Many keyboard instruments already have a built-in or removable music stand where you can place music notes. Music stands allow musicians to read notes or. songs while playing an instrument or conducting, as the stand gives you a free hands. Music stands are also an indispensable music accessory for singers who have hundreds of songs in their repertoire and cannot learn all the lyrics by heart.
There are different types of music stands for different purposes and users of music accessories. Folding stands can be portable and are very suitable for rehearsals and performances outside the home. Folding stands are usually used by amateur musicians at rehearsals and performances. Professional musicians will limit the use of folding stands to rehearsals or smaller concerts. Larger orchestras usually use more massive non-folding stands for rehearsals and concerts.
Microphone stand is a freestanding microphone holder. It allows you to place the microphone in a studio, on stage or in another location and the performer does not need to hold it in his hand.
The most basic microphone stand is a straight stand. It uses a round metal base or a three-floor base into which a support column is inserted to attach the microphone. This column can consist of two or more telescopic pipes that fit into each other, allowing quick height adjustment. The mechanism for adjusting the height is called the clutch.
There are various versions of a straight stands, for example, a table stand (short version of a flat stand), a massive microphone stand (heavier base and larger pipes) for handling heavier microphones. Pipes used on a straight stands usually have a glossy chrome coating to keep them from scratching, but they can also be in a matte black color.