The view you get RIGHT when you walk in the front door. Basically half of the room is my work station, as the producer, and the other half is for the artist where the open space is.
This is the corner where I keep all of my instruments for the studio. Even though my music production clients in the past have brought in their own instruments, mine are always open to use. We've also got some decoration over in that area to help set the mood!
My two personal favorites that I keep on going back to are this piano keyboard and ukulele that you see here. The ukulele is a tenor sized uke, as I need bigger frets for my large hands. The keyboard is a YAMAHA YPG235, 76 keys long. I constantly use these two instruments for my own stuff.
These other three instruments are (from left to right) a Selmer alto saxophone, Crestwood 4-string bass guitar, Jasmine 6-string acoustic guitar. Bass is my absolute favorite. I have been playing bass since my freshman year of high school, and I am constantly asked to write out and perform bass parts for the artists I work with.
My Axtron bass amp that I sometimes use for recordings, most of the time these days I just use a direct input connection. It is available for use with clients' bass guitars or electric guitars. This amp's sturdy, and reliable. There is also a 2-in-1 metronome and tuner lying on the top of it, ready for when you need it.
This is THE vocal mic that I use in my studio. This is an SE X1A, and it always delivers on whatever project I'm doing. On the opposite side of the room where the instruments lie, the mic itself comes equipped with a Blue pop filter and a small acoustic barrier to go around the mic. These two pieces are used to prevent unwanted sounds from bleeding into the mic itself.