A stand changed the game for me. It’s always the first thing I do for new ‘boxes. My current setup is this crazy modified iPad Case by Zugu, but these other two are also very good. The “Light Pad” stand can be used with almost any box, which is nice.
Triyards Angled Stand
The first thing you need is to be able to comfortably prop up the Tracker so you’re not hunching over it for multi-hour sessions. This stand is the most sturdy and reliable available. It’s built well with aluminum and rubber, and it fills out the width of the Tracker really nicely at 9.5″ wide. The Space Gray color blends into the Tracker well. I have the latest version of the Polyend Tracker with the ‘soft-touch’ back texture, and the adhesive for this stand is sticking just fine on that texture – something I was a little concerned about initially. It will be even better on older Trackers. (Peel off the two back feet, first.)
Zugu iPad Case Hack
This is my current setup. It was a bunch of work to get it here, but it was worth it. The Tracker is nearly the same footprint of a 12.9″ iPad Pro (which I happen to have). To make this work, I did a bunch of modification to this case, but now, it’s a dream come true. Paired with the smaller Mophie battery.
Light Pad Stand
I tried this because it was pretty cheap. I wasn’t expecting much, but I use this thing all the time. It fits the Tracker perfectly, but it’s generic design also makes it great for the MPC One. It has a LOT of angles, and it’s totally sturdy. Since it folds flat and is lightweight, it’s nicely portable. For a budget angled stand, you kinda can’t go wrong here.
Hestya Feet Set
When we angle the 'box, the front pads get little to no contact with the surface. Let's upgrade those front feet with the square black sticky feet from this set. They soak up some of the clacky-ness of loud buttons, and they make this box feel even better. I got this larger set because I use them around the house.