Cable tips


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Cable tips

Okay finally, I'd like to just give you a few tips on things with cables, things to keep in mind, and some best practices. One, buy good cables, it's always a benefit, hard to adjust with the cost sometimes, but the payoff is good. If you have a smaller studio, and you don't need tons and tons of cable, it's definitely worth it. So, I encourage you to try and get good cables anytime you can. Also, mark your cables, you can put things on the different ends, tape, labels, numbers, and some people use ponytail holders, or tie wraps, things like that, color-code them. Just do things so that when you have kind of this snarl of cables behind your computer and your interface and stuff, and you have to go back and kind of find the right one, it's easier to track down both ends of that cable and troubleshoot.

It's also good with longer mike cables, if you put little things like number stickers around the end, or a piece of colored electrical tape on both ends so you know that the red c...

Cable tips
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Cable tips provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Dave Schroeder as part of the Digital Audio Principles

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