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lol, I'm a drummer, so the idea of talking into a bass drum mic made me chuckle.
I bought a room divider like this as a back drop for when I use webcam and it works pretty well for sound dampening. Toss a thick blanket or two over it and it does a pretty good job.
You could put up room dividers in front of them and drape garlands over the tops to match your decor. I think it would look more organic in the space than big curtains. Also ditto to rotate the TVs away from in front of the windows if you can.
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I think I can understand your layout, and you're right that it's a bit tricky.
Here's my suggestion. I know it's awkward to walk in and immediately see the bed, but it makes most sense to keep the living and dining areas next to each other. How many people do you need to seat at the dining table? 1? 2? 4? If possible, I'd suggest using backless stools as the seats for the dining table. That way you can push them all the way under the table when not in use. Do you plan on buying new items or thrifting?
The corner desk has got to go. I'd say the Ikea Micke is a good bet for you space-wise.
There are like zillions of different styles of room dividers if you want one to screen the bed from the living area. You mention curtains but I didn't actually see any windows?