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10 years ago
Normally,I would just assume that this topic would be covered in the Control Room forum,but no one wanted to hear of it.Audio cables can make or break a studio & I think Proco encapsulated it best when they stated that no one really pays any attention to cables until they break down and cause problems.For example,what is the point of putting forth all of your time,energy & effort in choosing the ideal monitor,mixer & instrument while also making a considerable investment and then only to negate all that by not doing research & thus also investing what you need to, to do your set up justice.Audio cables are such an integral part of the process which determines how well you can achieve an accurate mix-by avoiding sound degradation and interferences and yet,it seems to be the last thing on the list for some people.The Sweetwater forums are the most proactive forms I have ever been involved in,so what's the deal with audio cables on this site?
9 years ago
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