Ryan Sebastyan is a video editor who until recently was on tour shooting Def Leppard gigs, back when we still had concerts. The tour seems to be on hold now, but he has a nice selection of shots on his Instagram page.
Back at home, he built himself a killer setup. The headliner of this tech festival is the impeccable 27-inch iMac Pro, a beast of a machine. The Grovemade Walnut Monitor Stand makes the iMac its own computer upon a hill. Naturally, he pairs the iMac with the Apple Magic Mouse and Keyboard (with Numeric Trackpad!). The matte black color stands out nicely against the walnut desk and stand.
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His external speakers are the ever-so popular Audioengine A2+ Wireless Bluetooth Speakers. He also has a pair of Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Bluetooth Headphones, giving him three levels of noise-cancellation to drown out the rest of the world. When he is not using either of those, he turns to the AirPods Pro, which he says “lives in [his] ears.” Sebastyan is always wired, even if he lives wirelessly.
It took him years to assemble this rig. Everything he picked out he chose with careful thought. He even takes pride in his Ugmonk Premium Mousepad which gives the desk a splash of luxury. The only thing he would change is his Herman Miller Sayl chair to something more comfortable.
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- 27-inch Apple iMac Pro ($5,000)
- Apple Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad ($119)
- Apple Magic Mouse 2 ($74)
- Audioengine A2+ Wireless Bluetooth Speaker ($269)
- Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Bluetooth Headphones ($279 – $70 off)
- Apple AirPods Pro ($230)
- Ugmonk Premium Leather Mousepad ($52)
- Grovemade Walnut Monitor Stand ($120)
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