I was trying to figure out how to secure my iPad Pro to the wall and have it hovering above the piano ,as I want to watch piano tutorials using my iPad .
I couldn’t see a laptop working very well , so I’m going to use an iPad with the 10-1/2” screen .
I couldn’t find a thing I liked on the net for a wall mount music stand , then I happened to see a post on a piano forum , and the guy says why on earth don’t they make a vesa mount music holder?
I would have never thought to use a tv mount ,and couldn’t find one that locked down , so instead I did more research and came up with a computer monitor arm that can be locked in place once you have it in the position you want .
So this brings up to the next step , what material to use for the sheet music/ iPad holder? Not sure if it will really be required to hold sheet music too. I could have another larger section I can place on it if I try and figure out how to learn sheet music someday.
I was debating to use 1/2” mdf ,and recess some holes so that i can use machine screws threw the mount . But if the material is a 1/2” thick, I may be able to use a short screw from the back .
Not sure , but I was going to paint the mdf flat black , but the may be kind of tacky .
I could also buy a steel music stand and remove the top section and secure it to the vesa mount , but I kind of wanted to use wood . This way I can dado a slot for the iPad at the bottom .
Not sure if anyone has a better idea, maybe baltecbirch and black stain ?
I need to make something similar to this
Here’s the computer monitor mount that will be screwed to a stud on the wall
This is an electronic stage keyboard, and it doesn’t have any mount for music that I’m aware of