Why music stands? The portable music stand was patented in 1900, modified in the 1950s – and hasn’t really changed since. Music has come a long way since the 50s but music stands and other accessories haven’t. The modern musician needs accessories that fit their needs and Noisy Clan is here to make some Noise. 

At the core of Noisy Clan, you’ll find musicians who have encountered the same struggles you have and are no longer willing to be drowned out in the crowd. Every Noisy Clan product is infused with a spark of innovation to solve the daily struggles of musicians around the world.

Our products are worth shouting about! The award-winning Wee Stand is 550g making it ultra-lightweight and portable. This pint-sized stand packs a punch and can be quickly set up and packed away in seconds so you never miss a beat! 

Grandstand is our take on the home music stand, its elegant design makes it a stunning centerpiece for any music room. Grandstand is equipped with a multitude of features that eliminate the struggles of playing with old music stands. It includes our quick click mechanism allowing you to swap media plates with a simple and satisfying click.


Every parent can relate to the weekday ritual; getting our children fed, focused and laden like pack mules. Helping them gear up and get out the door is nerve-wracking on a good day…but there is always the proverbial straw.

For us, that straw came in the form of a music stand. Our kids had become experts at juggling it all; rucksacks, PE kits, instruments, music bags – and music stands. Seriously, it was always the stands that wouldn’t fit. These bulky, awkward creatures would poke, prod, and scratch, creating a domino effect, where normal morning mayhem quickly descends into petulant, “I hate music practise anyway!” As parents and as lifelong musicians, we didn’t want anything to get in the way of our childrens’ joy in playing music.

We decided to do something about it – to help our kids manage their stuff – and to help playing music to be more, well, playful. We designed the world’s lightest, most compact, ultra-portable music stand that can be tucked right into a rucksack, music bag or even a pocket without causing any damage or tears of frustration. Of course, the perfect stand has to perform – quick & easy setup, no sharp edges, fully adjustable, versatile and strong enough to withstand the knocks of everyday life.

At the core of Noisy Clan, you’ll find musicians who have encountered the same struggles you have and are no longer willing to be drowned out in the crowd. Every Noisy Clan product is infused with a spark of innovation to solve the daily struggles of musicians around the world.

Music stands have always been bulky, clunky, and less than attractive. We just don’t like to admit their shortcomings, as they’ve always been there for us. The music stand you are using today probably doesn’t complement your home – nor was it designed for 21st century technology.  Music stands have always been plain and boring – we decided to raise the ‘stand-ard’.



    A graduate of the prestigious Glasgow School of Art, David earned his design chops in California’s Silicon Valley. Among his many accomplishments, he co-founded Speck, a global leader in innovative phone cases and accessories. A lifelong musician, this is his dream gig: creating music accessories that are both beautiful and effortlessly functional. For David, Noisy Clan is “A place where music isn’t just consumed but is created and shared.“

    Favourite instrument: Guitar, for its versatility



    Another GSA graduate, American expat Jaren has been making music from Colorado to Montreaux for the past 16 years. A ‘tinkerer’ since childhood, Jaren loves taking things apart and figuring out how to make them better. For him, Noisy Clan is about getting to the heart of making music: “There’s more to music than hitting the right notes at the right time.”

    Favourite instrument: Keys for writing, guitar for jamming

  • PHIL


    A guitarist and songwriter in multiple bands, designer Phil loves talking the language of music. For him, Noisy Clan is all about finding new perspectives: “I love exploring how we can improve the experience of playing and learning music, through the design of great products.

    Favourite instrument: Trumpet, for face melting jazz solos.

  • JOE


    With a keen eye and a curious mind, Joe is a true Renaissance man. His musical tastes run the gamut from classical jazz to African beats, but he especially enjoys artists who aren’t afraid to break genre boundaries, particularly in electronic music. Noisy Clan’s non-judgemental vibe has inspired Joe to get in touch with his musical roots: “I have new hope for discovering my musical ability!”

    Favourite instrument: Guitar, inspired by his talented dad



    If ‘Eclectic’ were the name of the band, then Saskia would be the lead guitarist, singer and drummer. Her music taste varies from her parents’ love of Fleetwood Mac to her brother’s 90s Green Day influence. Growing up in a musical family Saskia has enjoyed being surrounded by musicians and thinks that creativity can be brought to so many lives through song!

    Favourite instrument: Flute, inspired by the beauty and elegance of the instrument

  • SAM


    Sam’s eclectic musical tastes provide a soundtrack for her life – and background music to keep her focused. For Sam, Noisy Clan is about emotions: “For me, music helps put into perspective where I’ve been and where I’m going. It’s a safe place to put your feelings out there, and reflect and honor important people and special moments on your life journey.”

    Favourite instrument: Piano, which she played during childhood and rediscovering the love



    A longtime singer and musician, Yulie has recently picked up the double bass, where she is still in the ‘achy finger’ stage. She loves that Noisy Clan feels brings people together: “It’s like a family reunion – everyone coming together for a big celebration!”

    Favourite instrument: Ukulele, because it's a happy, pick-up & sing-along anywhere instrument!

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