My studio is tiny and ergonomics are key. I use an old school tanker desk and when I decided I wanted to make the Monome the central hub of my new setup, I quickly realized that it would be helpful to have it on a tilt in front of me, along with the MIDI Fighter Twister for knobs. I have a friend who is a killer custom fabricator and made up some drawings for a ramp that would hold the Monome and the Twister at the proper angle. He knocked it out of the park. From the side it looks like a saw wave, which is a nice coincidence. He also did a plate that floats my keyboard off the desk, saving me some much needed knee space, because I am frankly too tall to be using a desk like this but love the desk. Thought you guys would dig.
This pic has the Monome running Control, which is amazing, using faders for controlling TrueVerb and Replika XT, as well as on / off toggles on the upper corners for each effect. Twister is running filter controls for a synth on the top 2 rows and controls for 2 different saturation VSTs on the bottom 2 rows, with push encoder toggles on and off. Great setup.