From the #VASHER #novel #writing station (I use #Scrivener across all my devices supporting my fully mobile and flexible lifestyle), to the composing station (#Sibelius is looping the intro four bars of #OutsideLookingInside running #Kontakt from #nativeinstruments - simply the best sampler available, and various libraries, this one a Steinway Grand, Choir, and Violin configuration outputting via a Yamaha Steinberg ASIO driver, again, the best on the market), to the clay sculpting station (also use Blender to 3D sculpt #stopmotion #puppets), to the drums (for sale btw to be replaced by #Formlabs SLA 3D printer) station, to the email and ancillary work station (I can control the front computer with its #Magewell quad full HD capture system from here as well), to the overhead monitor and Sony camera, to the back chromakeyed area for four camera recording, to a Yamaha AG9 192khz output mixer (these are really rugged and nice, I switch between PC and my iPhone in a snap) to the UMC404HD 196kz input device stacked on pre amps, compressors, equalizers, and model components. I only use one channel actively, meaning, I can’t play the drums and the guitar at the same time, so I don’t need 36 channels of input. And everything is a mess because once I get one area figured out, I tear it apart as I integrate the next area, but I think I have all the pieces in place. I have 700 square feet of AC space for Stop Motion sets and an entire work space with lathes, drills, etc for puppet and mould making right out the door. So I got all the resources. Now it is grit and a whole lot of really hard work.