When your gear is organized and ready to go, you’ll never run the risk of missing an amazing moment happening in the studio. Whatever amount of equipment you’re working with, there is a work desk that will help your process go off with little trouble. Whether you’re recording on your own or looking at setting up a complete studio, there is a work station that will house everything you need. Deluxe options like the OmniRax OmniDesk or the Studio RTA Producer station give you unique shelving options to place very specific types of gear. They often have space for digital keyboards, CDs, computer towers, monitors, racks and more while resting on casters that make the entire unit easy to unplug and move across the room. There is also usually a system for organizing cords in the back so you can find and rearrange anything you need with ease. If you’re just starting out there are a host of workstations that will make your own at-home recordings run smoothly. Musician’s Gear Small Workstations and the Studio Trends Desks easily house a small mixer, computer, monitor and a few more of your favorite extras. You can sit right in front of these desks, plug in your guitar or keyboard and play away, having all of your gear surrounding you to record with. With a quick swivel, you can make simple adjustments with ease thanks to their often curved design. For intermediate recording enthusiasts there are some mid-range options like the On-Stage Stands 2-Tier Metal Workstation or the Raxxess Etude Keyboard workstation that offer perks like adjustable stands that can be moved to totally customize your setup and keyboard pullout shelves. These are great if you are beginning to record others and want to be a bit more organized. No matter your level of recording expertise, it’s helpful to eliminate organizational roadblocks that might inhibit any creativity. Staying organized is key and made simple by having a solidly designed setup for your recording gear.