Today’s featured workspace features a sandblasted desk, a vintage Nixie-Tube clock and piles of audio gear for all your musical ambitions.
Lifehacker reader MegaLaser has a home office with a singular focus: making and mixing music. It’s a spacious workstation, lit from below, an assortment of recording and mixing equipment, and more than enough screen real estate to make work easy. Check out the gallery below for copious notes on each photo.
My rather underused new Class A Chinese tube amplifier, amazing hi fi quality driving my faithful old huge Tannoy Lancasters that have been with me since 1971.
[mimg|http://cache-02.gawkerassets.com/assets/images/17/2010/06/workshop__2_.jpg” size=”legacy” align=”center”] My office/workshop used by me almost 24/7 is centred around my iMac 27 inch i7 which is superb, the 8gb RAM seems fine and it’s just right with the second 24 inch cinema display.
Glass Desks, Blue Tones, and Blinking Lights: The Music Mixer’s Office [Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell Pool]