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The top studio accessories deals this Amazon Prime Day for producers, from monitors to office chairs and everything in between

You might be hoping to snare that huge discount, this Prime Day, on a big-ticket item like a new laptop or electric guitar, but don’t forget about the little things.

Is it time you ditched that crusty old office chair for a throne worthy of hours mixing your latest tracks? Perhaps you’ve yet to find that perfect solution for integrating your iPad into your workspace, or you’re hoping to bag a bargain on a new monitor?

Luckily for you then, we have trawled the best deals on Amazon Prime Day to find you the best discounts on the perfect peripherals for your studio.

This list will be growing throughout Prime Day, so make sure you keep checking back to find the latest deals.

We’ll do our utmost to keep track of any time-sensitive Lightning deals that pop up, so don’t delay on grabbing your self a bargain.

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Yoga studio expands to gift shop with items that ‘spark joy,’ owner says

When people enter her gift boutique, Joyful Treasures in Point Lookout, owner Laura Shockley, 45, says an instant sense of calm prevails. “They say things like, ‘Ahh, it feels so relaxing in here,’ or ‘I walk in here and I feel like I’m taking a breath.’” That makes sense because years ago, Shockley abandoned her career as a high-powered attorney at a large Long Island firm to take a breath of her own, and enter what she calls, “her karmic life” as a yoga and meditation instructor.

She opened Point Lookout Yoga and Wellness Studio some five years ago, and just this past June (although it was slated to open much earlier … pandemic and all) she debuted her gift shop in a storefront located next door to her studio. The name, Joyful Treasures, is not random. “Everything in this store, I’ve touched and loved. And I always ask the

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Selena Gomez Sells Studio City Home

Having recently and significantly upgraded to a celeb-pedigreed mansion in Encino, child actor turned multifaceted entertainer and powerhouse social media phenom Selena Gomez — she has 25 million TikTok followers and a breathtaking 194 million followers on Instagram — has taken in $2.368 million on the sale of her former home in the all-but-fully-gentrified San Fernando Valley community of Studio City.

Getting rid the pretty, perfectly maintained property has been a bit of an odyssey for the “Rare” singer, who hosts and executive produces a quarantine cooking show (“Selena + Chef”) on HBO Max, and will executive produce and co-star with comedy legends Steve Martin and Martin Short in the upcoming Hulu comedy “Only Murders In the Building.” The showbiz polymath acquired the expensively updated and comfortably plush Hamptons-inspired bungalow in May of 2017 for almost $2.25 million. The property briefly came for sale over the summer of 2018 with

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