As your music studio grows, in terms of the number of equipment used, your recording studio desk will start getting more & more cluttered.
You should keep it organized so that you don’t waste your precious time figuring out the various connections, in case you’ve to make any changes to the settings, or introduce a new equipment in the setup.
Your Broadcast / Recording Studio Desks should be made using the highest quality materials and hardwood. The desk needs to be properly assembled.
You can surely buy a “computer desk” for less than $200 but that might not suffice to keep all the equipment as you start growing your studio. You also need that feeling of pride when you sit at your recording desk.
If you have decided to setup a home studio, you will need to setup your studio desk, your workspace. You can use your spare room or your garage for this purpose.
Checkout this video on how you can build a nice and comfortable Recording Studio Desk.
Its possible to make one yourself, if you’re a DIY type of person. There are several plans/designs available online that you can use as a reference.
Another alternative is to get a custom-made console mixing desk furniture. You have specialists who make these things for recording, film, television or post studio, with a variety of digital mixer formats.