Some similar devices have a hole to mount to a tripod--but musicians and songwriters are more likely to have a microphone stand than a tripod.
I could see using this same design with a small drum machine, an effects processor, or any small lightweight device you might want to manipulate with your hands instead of your feet.
Step 1: Get a Tapered Piece of Wood, About the Size of a Microphone.
Remove the foot and the inventory tag.
This one has a 5/15-inch bolt at the top.
(Unfortunately, this is not the same size bolt for a standard tripod receiver.)
Get a Tee Nut that is the same size as the bolt on table leg.
Step 2: Find or Cut a Thin Board Roughly the Size of Your Device.
Step 3: Connect the Pieces and Add Velcro
Then connect it to the table leg.
I bought some "Industrial Strength" stick-on Velcro.
I put the "hook" pieces on the board, and the "fuzz" pieces on the Micro BR.
Before removing the backing from the "fuzz" Velcro, I trimmed them to to avoid any important panels, switches, or information.
I also painted the wood pieces with black spray paint.
Note the foot has been removed from the table leg.
Step 4: Mount It to Your Microphone Stand
Here it is mounted to my microphone stand, with and without the Micro BR.