In the above picture just below the headphones you will see a double power point with an extra switch in the center of it. This one switch turns on my whole studio, powering all my gear from the screens to the midi keyboard. The amplifiers are on relays which turn the amps on and off at the correct times to avoid nasty thumps from reaching the NS10's.... The power points are very handy here since I bring a lot of new gear home from work from time to time. You can also see the radikal SAC 2.2 motorised control surface which I use for mixing.
A picture of my manager organising the next recording session :) Caleb at 14 months
A pop killer, these are essential when u have condenser microphones. You can make one from a coat hanger and some old clean stockings that works just as well. You can't beat the look of a real one though. Kind of embarrassing when u have a good professional singer over and u pull out a home made job. These as the name suggests kills pops created by a singer blowing into the microphone while they are singing.
A fishing tackle box full of adapters, drum keys ect... These go every where with me in a gig bag containing headphones, soldering iron, torch, gaffer and Berocca (hangover cure) :)
Adapters save you so much time, they allow you to lift an earth, reverse the phase and change the plugs gender, size and type.
Recording looms / multicores / snakes are another thing I seem to collect :)