Having just moved house, I've commandeered the larger of the 2 spare bedrooms which affords me more space than I had in our old apartment. We essentially had no furniture.
To that end I've bought a small studio desk from Thomann, and a standard steel frame table to act as work bench, with some plastic storage drawers underneath in addition to the steel shelving and guitar rack I already own. A futon will go in the corner to the left of the window so that it can occasionally be used as a 2nd guest room and so that I have a sofa.
The room is about 3.5m x 3m although feels bigger.
Now I'm in the process of unpacking everything.
I turned to the idea of bigger monitors thinking HS7's or LP6's to move up from my iloud Micros, so searched threads here for ideas and the topic of room treatment comes up over and over... Now I've no idea where to start. Do I NEED to treat the room?
Would I be better off with a set of decent headphones for mixing if I don't Want to go down what seems a rabbit hole of positioning/placement of pads and bass traps?
I want some AD/DA expansion to accommodate more dedicated inputs too, so maybe I should go with that and headphones?
Ultimately I want to improve my mixing, EQing a bit up from what I managed in my old apartment.
Really not sure what my options are. Pics of the new room vs old room below