Besides being aesthetically pleasing for the revolving door of the artist. The rite chair depends on your body frame, height of the desk, and your audio system situation.
Nobody wants to hear a background noise in their recordings. It’s important to have a chair that will not squeak or jiggle when being used in a home music studio.
- Materials like leather might be more prone to creating unwanted noises compared to something softer like mesh fabric.
Are You Using A SubPac Within Your Workstation?
If a SubPac tactile sound system is running within your setup, you’ll want to establish that your chair will sustain it. While the SubPac M2 series are sufficiently compact enough to work with almost all full backed chairs, the S2 is greater and for some shorter chairs be an uncomfortable experience.
Depending on the material they make the chair of, it will reverberate at various frequencies.
- Because of this, you probably must tinker with your SubPac’s settings to make get the best experience out of your new chair.
Adjustable Features (Height Range & Armrests)
Music producers work at different workstation throughout their creative process, each standing at different heights.
An ergonomic chair with a wide range height in the armrests and pneumatic lift are essential for maintaining healthy posture.
Proper Lumbar Support (Backrest & Seat Tilt)
Give your lower back much needed support! Long periods of producing music in front of the workstation can create many posture issues.
- While your back is up against the chair, there should be a bump near your lower back, commonly referred to as lumbar support.
Spend What You’re Comfortable With
Chairs come at all different price tags. It’s not the item to play ‘Keeping up with the Joneses’. There is quality at ALMOST every precise tier.
- If you ‘re renting a recording space, remember that most swivel chairs under $100 will break apart within 12 to 18 months.