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HOMESTUDIOGUY PDF50 RECORDING STUDIO DESK

A PLACE FOR THOSE NECESSARY "EVILS" ;-)
When I designed and built the PDF50 Studio Desk in 2009, I had to replace the rack spaces lost from my PDF80 Studio Desk for my Rack Equipment and so, Voila! I designed and built this Studio Equipment Rack for about $85.

Building the Wooden Rack Cabinet itself with Caster Wheels costs only about $40-45, however, the Metal 12-Space Rack-Rail adds another $20 with current Rack Rail Prices still running between $20-$30.
You can reduce the total build price substantially by:
1) using 12" edge glued panels instead of 16" edge-glued panels'
2) Attach the rack rail with 1" x 2" wood strips where the rack rail would normally be


BUILD-PLANS FOR THE PDF85 RECORDING STUDIO RACK

CAN BE PURCHASED ON THE "BUY DIY RACK PLANS" PAGE.

HOMESTUDIOGUY DIY PROJECT OVERVIEW PAGE

Below are DIY Projects I've designed and built over the years.

Some have COMPLETED BUILD-PLANS available for purchase now (info will be at bottom of descriptions here), some have completed Build Plans

waiting to be added to the purchase process and some Build-Plans are in their completion phase.

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HOMESTUDIOGUY PDF85

12-18 SPACE STUDIO RACK CABINET

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HOMESTUDIOGUY PDF35 MIXER/WORK DESK

The Build-Plans for this DIY, Low-Cost, Easy to Build, SOLID WOOD Studio Desk are

the #1-Selling Build Plans at Homestudioguy.com.

Designed and built in 2009, this desk's simplicity makes it a relatively easy build, primarily, because the Left and Right Support Sections mirror each other exactly, the horizontal pieces that connect those Sections are either 48 or 45 inches long, and the "Edge Glued" Panels used for the Monitor Shelf and Desktop can usually be purchased “to size” right off the shelf at Lowe’s, Home Depot or similar stores. Many have used these Build Plans as a “Starting Point” and have MODIFIED their PDF50 desks to fit their needs.

Dependent on where you buy them, Materials for this should less than $100.

BUILD-PLANS FOR THE PDF50 RECORDING STUDIO DESK

CAN BE PURCHASED ON THE 'BUY DIY DESK PLANS" PAGE.

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HOMESTUDIOGUY PDF80 RECORDING STUDIO DESK

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HOMESTUDIOGUY PDF40/2 STUDIO MONITOR-STANDS

THIS IS THE DESK THAT STARTED IT ALL IN 2005.
When the Editors of "Recording Magazine", Lorenz Rychner and Mike Metlay saw photos of this $80 desk in 2005, they thought the design was "HOT", and asked me to write a DIY Article for the magazine which I did. Unfortunately, as my article had 14 pages of photos and detailed Build Instructions (enough to fill one entire magazine issue) they couldn't use it, so, I created my Homestudioguy.com website, placed the instructions "here" and within 1 year, had over 50,000 hits. Although the plans didn't get published there, "MAKE eMagazine", featured it in Dec. 2016

Dependent on where you buy them, Materials for this will be $125 or more.
BUILD-PLANS FOR THE PDF50 RECORDING STUDIO DESK
CAN BE PURCHASED ON THE
"BUY DIY DESK PLANS" PAGE.

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MIXER DESK? WORK DESK? GUITAR EFFECTS-PEDAL DESK?
I have used this desk for all of the above and more.

If I need it, I roll it in and when I don't, I roll it out.

This small desk surface is also great for Songwriting,  Music Notation, Project Designing, Build Plan Creating,  as a Laptop Stand and as a work surface for Gear Repair. If it's not tall enough, make it higher! It's an easy mod (just increase the front and back legs the same length. If the work surface isn't wide enough, instead of a 2ft x 2ft x 3/4" piece of plywood for the desktop, buy a 2ft. x 4 ft. piece of plywood and use it or cut it to size.

As "spec'd",  It's easy build and only requires some basic Hand Tools and a few power tools (Saw, Drill, Screwdriver) and cost for the 3/4-in Oak Plywood, Casters, Hardware and 2X4s should be just about $35.


BUILD-PLANS FOR THE PDF35 MIXER/WORK DESK ARE ALMOST COMPLETE BUT NOT YET AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE.

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