The page for keyboard players

Isn't it always the same? Where do I put the tablet? How do I attach the controller to the keyboard, or where do I even put it? What other controls do I need? And that's exactly what we're avoiding with my holder, because not only can you place it anywhere on the keyboard, you can also move it around!

Here I offer you mounts for various tablets (iPads, etc.), controllers (Korg NanoPad2, Behringer X touch mini) or whatever else you can think of. There are several different versions, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. 

I don't yet have a tilt-adjustable version in my program, like the ones you can find online. All previous solutions/prototypes have not met my requirements and have been too flabby.

The holders are made of printed PLA. You can find more information in the FAQ. If your devices do not appear in the lists, please contact me. Then we'll build something suitable together!

I also have several videos about the holders on YouTube.

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FAQ holder

Either by e-mail or preferably directly in the store at

Basically I work with FDM printers. This is a 3D printing process in which the component is created layer by layer. A completely flat surface can only be achieved through targeted reworking. From my point of view, however, this is not necessary for the brackets, which is why I do not currently offer a variant with reworking.

Normally I only use PLA!

On request I can also offer:


Everything except PLA is currently associated with waiting times, as I don't have all the materials in stock!

In addition, a surcharge may be payable under certain circumstances.

Sure, you can order the following colors:

black, white, green, blue, brown and many more! 

I normally use material from:

or Bambulab.

Again, you will have to wait a little, as I normally only have black and white in stock. There may also be an additional charge, depending on the color.

Due to different materials, it can happen in rare cases, despite professional adjustment work, that some areas appear "unclean". This has no influence on the durability or quality of the product and is not visible on stage. Of course, I look at every part in detail and only send out products that I would use or even use myself!

If you are still not satisfied, please contact me and we will find a solution that you are happy with.

The components are not infinitely stable. However, this is not only due to the printing process, but also to the material used. If you need more stability, this can be arranged on request. For "normal" use, however, the material is more than adequate. Falling down several times is no problem.

The material is dimensionally stable up to approx. 60°. Problems can occur at higher temperatures, but they don't have to! So far I haven't had any problems on stage, even in summer, as it takes a lot to warm up to the critical 60°.

The basic weather resistance is high and the same applies to UV resistance and fading. I have cleaned other components in the dishwasher several times and have had no problems so far.

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