I'm looking for ideas, hints, suggestions, tales of pitfalls etc. on how to ergonomically combine a full sized 88 key digital piano with a full sized computer workstation (e.g. multiple monitors, large keyboard, enough mouse space, speakers etc.).
It's important that neither is an afterthought. Both the computer input area and the digital piano should be easily accessible and have a way to be comfortably usable for prolonged durations.
One of the most obvious solutions would be to have an extendable tray for the piano and another extendable tray on top for the computer input area. I did a quick calculation of the heights and it might just barely fit, i.e. legs + tray + piano + tray + computer keyboard might be low enough to not strain the shoulders, but it'd be tight.
The other possibility is to have a large L-shaped or curved desk and put both the piano and computer input devices on the same level, next to each other. I guess many people have tried this already; is a single table height comfortable for both tasks?