20 responses

  1. Edwin Stewart Daniels
    August 27, 2016

    Love the Mac desks posts. Always a pleasure to read through.

    I must say any time I read about pro users and myself included I always feel bad that Apple is neglecting us and our hardware needs. The Mac hardware business is over $20 billion a year and surely it would be more if they updated the dang Mac hardware more than twice a decade!

    • Phil H.
      August 28, 2016

      OS X = Cash Cow.

  2. Stewart Hart
    August 27, 2016

    Beautiful setup. But I wonder whatever happened to the ergonomic practice of placement of keyboards, mice etc on a lower surface at elbow ht. aprox. 22.5″ rather than the tabletop at 30″-36″?

  3. Wharf Xanadu
    August 27, 2016

    Nice office really good look to it.

  4. junebeetle
    August 27, 2016

    I love these! They’re really inspiring. More please :)

  5. Federico Zivolo
    August 28, 2016

    This is my desk :D https://i.imgur.com/v7AvTHc.jpg I’m an UI Specialist.

    • Hamza Sheikh
      August 28, 2016

      Damn, really sleek and clean desk. I wish I could share mine :D

    • Benny
      August 28, 2016

      what is that, where the display is standing on? is it good for an 27″ iMac?

    • Carlos
      August 29, 2016

      Love the simplicity.

  6. Ion kno
    August 28, 2016

    Wow really nice desk

    I echo the above comments I hope Apple updates Mac hardware soon. Best computers out there by a mile, just need updates.

  7. B.R.
    August 28, 2016

    Im not a mac user but thats too cool!!!!!

  8. J_C
    August 29, 2016

    If you want colored Folders in Finder you should try XTraFinder (https://www.trankynam.com/xtrafinder/) oder Totalfinder (http://totalfinder.binaryage.com/)

    • Zach
      August 30, 2016

      Extrafinder has been more or less bricked in El Capitan without removing crucial security features which i’m not willing to do.

  9. jr7138
    August 29, 2016

    Nice desk setup. Looks like you are in New York City?

    Thanks for sharing.


    • Zach
      August 30, 2016

      I am.

  10. noway
    August 30, 2016

    The massive amount of reflective surfaces would make that an acoustical nightmare, and completely useless for any accurate monitoring. Too bad, the user has nice gear, but failed to treat the room and it’s contents properly, and thus it’s all wasted money.

    • Zach
      September 1, 2016

      It’s not perfect of course, but the room does sound remarkably well, especially with a small bit of help from a graphic EQ built into my monitoring system. Most importantly, I KNOW what my room sounds like which allows me to work efficiently and accurately. It’s pretty dramatic to write off my entire room as wasted money.

      • noway
        September 2, 2016

        There should NEVER be ANY EQ on a monitoring system this is audio 101.

        With all that reflective surface around your monitors there is not a snowballs chance in hell it’s remotely accurate. While you can make compensations for it, the correct way is to treat these surfaces and the room to create an acoustically flat response environment. Otherewise, all you are doing is guessing.

      • Zach
        September 4, 2016

        Is it ideal? No. I live in an apartment in Brooklyn, it works well. There are no laws in regards to audio, if something works, it works. I know my room, I know what my speakers sound like and I reference all of my work on headphones. I’ve successfully mixed feature films, albums and podcasts heard by millions of people. I’ll trust my ears over audio 101 rules.

      • Paul Nilokovich
        September 5, 2016

        The Mac setup is fantastic, the proof is in the pics and in the work you have done. I advise to ignore ‘noway’ he is just the typical internet goober who has to complain about everything.

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