Whether for recording lyrics, displaying sheet music, tabs, or whatever, your iPad may be the most useful thing to hit the studio since gaffer tape.
Griffin's Mic Stand Mount for iPad screws on to a standard microphone stand boom (5/8" with 27 threads/inch for those of you playing along at home) so you can raise or lower your iPad to the perfect height. It also slips into most standard mic clips.
Rubber-lined grips at the ends of the Mic Stand Mount's four arms hold your iPad securely on all four corners without blocking the controls, dock connector or audio jack. The mount rotates and locks into either portrait or landscape view, and tilts up to 90 degrees. And you can leave your iPad in its case; the grips accommodate most cases for iPad.
Griffin's Mic Stand Mount for iPad: the most secure way to mount your iPad in the studio (at least until your entourage grows to include "Dude Who Holds My iPad Like a Music Stand.")
NOTE: Just as you would with an expensive mic or other equipment, make sure your mic stand and boom are properly counterweighted, tightened and positioned to support the weight of your iPad. If you're using Mic Stand Mount on a boom, we recommend aligning the boom with one of the legs of your stand to provide an extra element of stability. And mind your windmills.
- Mount your iPad on a mic stand
- Screws onto industry standard (5/8" 27-thread-per-inch) microphone stands
- Fully adjustable tilt and swivel; locks safely and positively into landscape or portrait orientation
- Rubber inserts securely grip your iPad on its four corners
From the EXACT SAME article
"Come June 19, Mary Wilson, who once stood behind Diana Ross, stands front and center at Feinstein's at the Regency. She is an iconic figure in pop music, and it will be good to see her alone at the microphone, doing it her way."
In other words... when you find something that is actually newsworthy AND important, go ahead and post away! Until then, stop wasting our time with this junk "news" that is not really news...
LOL - the New York Post... why not go for the National Enquirer??