Sorry for the late replies, been busy lately, but here it is.
@edjer & donjuan831 well my desk... I really wouldn't know, it's a old solid oak eating table my brother in law once took away from someone's stoop who left it there for the trashcollectors to collect it hahahaha. So that's a freebie. It's heavy as ****, getting it in the attic was hell. But the benefit of that is it will take the weight of all my gear easily. And it was allready painted black so that was a plus.
The audio rack is a customized Ikea Rast cupboard which I painted black and put some 6hu rackrails in. Fits likes they're meant to be in there. The room underneath I use to to hide all the cabkes going in and out of my mpc. Got me two Ikea Rasts secondhand for about 15 euro (they don't sell em new anymore in the Netherlands, but you might still be able to buy them new in other countries) , one of em still unpainted and unassemblied in my closet. Works greats and looks great and it's pretty cost effective. They come in different sizes, I think you could also make 8hu racks out of em with a higher model. Here's some more info on how to do it: https://www.kennethballard.com/?p=1619
The speaker stands aren't build in, again, it's a so called ikea hack, it's basicly two Ikea cutting boards, 8 small legs (don't know if this is the proper English word for it but you get what I mean). Again, it saves quite some money and with some Auralex Mopads on em they work great, really notice the difference and effectiveness since I got em. Here's the tutorial and how I got the idea: https://www.instructables.com/id/IKEA-H ... er-Stands/
. I got some taller legs than the one in the link though.
Once I get another 6 hu worth of rackgear I'll probably build the other Rast and paint it and put some rails in and lay my monitorspeakers on top of em on their sides. That would seem most practical roomwise, might have to saw of some centimeters at the bottom to get the speakers at the right height for my ears, but that shouldn't be a problem really.
So conclusion... My desk and the furniture on top of it are dirt cheap but look nice and work great, at least that's my opinion. The stuff on top is just put on top, not screwed into the table. Nice to hear that people think it is though.
@platfus118 the mixer on top of my rack is a Mackie Onyx 1202 VLZ. Don't really mix on it, but use it to feed all my inputs to my monitorspeakers. Works great for that purpose, sounds neutral and alot better than my old Tapco mixer which I used to use for that purpose. Lot less difference notable hiss and hum. Really pleased with it. The djmixer is a old Vestax PMC05 Pro mk3. Also works great for what it does.
Sold the 404 since the sample editing on it didnt work for me and the workflow wasn't for me. The effects are nice, but I don't really use effects when making beats, only during the mixing stage. The S950 works better for me to colour my sound. Which I just use to sample and the resample in my MPC, so also haven't really touched the depths on that one, but that S950 sound is instant gratification for me. So thats why I sold the SP404, I knew alot of people love em so why have it gather dust on my desk.