OT: Ergonomic Work Stations
My body is telling me that I need to give some serious thought to how my workstation is set up. I\'m having a lot of pains in my shoulders and arm, and I\'m not that old! I\'d love to see pictures of other composers workstations, and also hear andy other ideas of how to set things up.
I currently have a mouse pad on top of Triton Studio Pro X. I use two regular mice. My keyboard sits on top of the touch screen with a rest pad below it for my wrists. I have two flat panel monitors sitting directly behind the Triton- so no twisting and turning there. I have a Herman Miller Aeron chair, but after several months of using it, that hasn\'t solved everything. I believe the main problem is the angle of my arm resting on the Triton. The Triton is a thick keyboard- so when its adjusted for my legs to be positioned under it,I think the mouse pad ends up being a little too high.
I\'m also curious how much of a difference tracking ball mice make, versus regular mice. I\'ve tried one before and it drove me nuts- but I didn\'t really give it enough time.