Rumanian studio furniture developer/manufacturer ZAOR has introduced a new MODULAR system studio furniture concept based around its marketable MIZA Z media production desk. ZAOR Studio Furniture Sales & Marketing Manager Klaus Gehlhaar, had this to say, "Every user works in their own way. We can't build the right desk for every one of them, but we've gone modular so they can choose whatever they need!"
Here's the details directly from ZAOR:
In creating the MIZA Z media production desk, ZAOR Studio Furniture has given much thought to the needs of modern musicians, producers, project studios, and post-production professionals working to space and cost constraints. The remarkable result is an attractive and adaptable platform that also allows users to decide what add-ons they need and where they want to position them to best suit their needs.
Characterised by its heavy-duty 'Z'-shaped supports, the MIZA Z itself is available in black/cherry, grey/oak, or grey/ wengé (dark grey) colour combinations, and features a spacious (1836 x 850mm) surface with solid-wood front edge, and a matching cable tray on its rear underside. Topside there is plenty of room for a sizeable DAW controller and computer monitor, for example. From the front, a large, pullout tray can comfortably accommodate all manner of peripherals -- from computer keyboard to master keyboard, small mixing console to an array of compact and bijou controllers chosen by today's technology-championing DJ/producers. The choice is out there. Take your pick.
Freedom of choice need not end there, however. Far from it, in fact. For further questions still need deliberation: do you favour an in-the-box recording approach using an all-in-one desktop audio interface, perhaps, or readily access a rack- full of great gear to make great recordings? Do you work with speakers or only headphones? Different approaches dictate different setups, something ZAOR fully appreciates and acknowledges with its flexible MODULAR system studio concept. As such, the MIZA Z media production desk can be expanded easily to integrate several specific add-ons as the user sees fit.
First up, the MIZA GRIPRACK is available as a MIZA Z colour-matching 2U- or 4U-sized rack space with a padded top section onto which a speaker or computer monitor can be protectively positioned. As implied by name, simply slide it along the rear of the MIZA Z desktop then tighten it at the desired position. Up to three can be lined up in a row to provide up to 12U of rack space. Simple. And attractive and adaptable -- just like the MIZA Z 'mothership'!
Speaking of speakers, there is also a sensible solution for precisely positioning active nearfield monitors on the MIZA Z desktop as part of the MODULAR system studio furniture concept: the MIZA D-STAND. Studio monitor placement becomes a breeze with these MIZA Z colour-matching desktop stands that are also helpfully height-adjustable to the millimetre thanks to a hidden screw thread -- slowly spin the padded top section of the speaker stand to reach the optimum listening level for the user concerned. Couldn't be simpler, surely?
Should you wish to use larger studio monitors and position them further away then ZAOR Studio Furniture have also got you covered with the MIZA Z colour-matching MIZA STAND MKII. Attractive and affordable, yet designed to the best possible technical performance standards, these floor stands are also height-adjustable (875 - 1206mm), while the AERstop pad at the top of the stand helps isolate the speaker from the stand to reduce lower frequency content propagation from speaker to floor and room -- professional through and through with looks to die for!
Pricing and Availability:
All MODULAR system studio furniture concept components can be ordered online for €550.00 EUR (MIZA Z), €180.00 EUR (2U MIZA GRIPRACK), €200.00 EUR (4U MIZA GRIPRACK), €130.00 EUR (MIZA D-STAND), and €330.00 EUR (MIZA STAND MKII) -- including 15% tax, plus shipping costs -- or from any authorised dealer.
I like the iDesign stuff. The other lines is way to Italian for my taste. Specially love the iDesign desk with a buil in Fatar keyboard and 3 pedals at €2000,- There's a photo in the blog section from Messe 2014.
24-Apr-14 10:56 AM