Does anyone use anti-fatigue mats?
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    Default Does anyone use anti-fatigue mats?

    Sears has these on special : http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00962361000P

    I doubled mine up and they definitely make a difference. Best ten bucks I have spent in a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keithace View Post
    Sears has these on special : http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00962361000P

    I doubled mine up and they definitely make a difference. Best ten bucks I have spent in a while.
    i just wear crocs bitches love crocs lol

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    ha! The best is the family that all wear matching crocs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keithace View Post
    Does anyone use anti-fatigue mats?
    We used to use them in a job I did and they do make a difference, never thought about using them when mixing, but I'm usually off my tits anyway so don't really get fatigued
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    We have really good ones at work and they have the yellow chevrons down the side like the pillars in the Hacinda. http://www.canadamats.ca/heavy-duty-...area-mats.html
    They are great to stand on. Like slippers for Djs, haha.
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    I thought you meant slipmats for a minute there... I have something like this from Target that I use in my kitchen; never thought about putting one by the turntables but it's a good idea! Doubt I would lug it to gigs though.
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    I think I am going to buy a second set for the kitchen. The special goes off on the 13th.
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    So after my old job closed down I grabbed one of their anti-fatigue mats and put it in the DJ booth where I play and everyone I have talked to loves it!


    Edit - Well except for Nina Kravitz who slipped on it and almost fell lol
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    Do they isolate sound as well?
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    Not that I've noticed but we use 2 Funktion One F88 and 1 MB112 as monitors in our booth

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