Improves Your Mastering Workflow!
Some desks don't do anything to help you. Sure, they have rackspaces, sure they have space for your studio monitors and displays, and sure they have enough room for you to put stuff on the desktop. But they're not designed to help you work. They put gear out of reach, so you have to roll around on your chair to get to the knobs and meters you need. Of course, rolling around on your chair takes you out of the sweet spot and makes it hard to make the right adjustments. And for a mastering engineer, the right adjustments make all the difference. That's why you don't go with just any studio desk, you go with one from Sterling Modular.
The Sterling Modular Plan E Console was designed with a mastering engineer's workflow in mind. There are three upper bays (32 total rackspaces), one centrally located (that one's 8U), so you have easy access to all the critical gear you need during the process. There's also space for up to two LCD monitors that you can position close to mix/mastering position for a comfortable workflow. Down below, there are two lower front bays with 12 total rackspaces and then there are lower rear bays with 12 total rackspaces. That's a lot of space for your important gear!
Sterling Modular also went hard at work designing the Plan E Console so that it had the smallest acoustic footprint possible. They take the time to design the desk in an acoustically transparent sort of way, so it makes the least amount of impact on what you're hearing. That's important for a mastering engineer.
So when accuracy counts - and it does - don't just trust any studio desk. Trust the carefully designed Plan E Console, created by people who really get what you're doing and want to make your workflow as efficient as possible.Sterling Modular Plan E Console Features at a Glance:
- Mastering console studio furniture
- Features three upper bays (32RU total there)
- Space for up to two LCD screens
- Lower front bays with 12RU total
- Lower rear bays with 12RU total
- Designed to have the smallest acoustical footprint possible