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What is Audio Snake? How does it work?

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Have you ever wondered what an audio snake is and how it works?

 

Are you looking for an innovative way to add depth and dimension to your musical productions? Audio Snake might be just what you need! In my experience, I've seen the benefits of using Audio Snake in music production.

 

 

What is Audio Snake?

 

 

XLR to RJ45 Adapter Cable

 

 

The term "Snake" is used to refer to a collection of cables securely bundled in a tube or other bundling device. Instead of running many individual cables, you can simply run the snake cable from one site to another, saving time and money.

 

 

Sound professionals often use multiple XLR cables or multi-input boxes with multiple XLR connectors to go from stage to soundboard or public address system. But musicians can also benefit from using a cable snake.

 

 

Snakes are useful for quitarists who use the "four-wire method" to connect a pedal in front of the stage to an amp in the back of the stage. A pianist might use a snake with multiple keyboards and synthesizers to send the signal to a mixing console or the front of the house.

 

Professional audio and music applications typically use snakes to transmit analog audio signals; however, some snakes also transmit MIDl and digital audio signal and provides AC power to operate the pedals. A snake may be balanced, unbalanced, or a mixture of the two, and it may have any Combine connection types (XLR, 1/4"DB25, RCA, MIDI, etc.) as desired.

 

 

DB25 to XLR 8 Channel Audio Snake

 

How does Audio Snake work?

 

An Audio Snake is a device that digitizes an analog audio stream for digital storage and playback. For example, when recording music or speech, fidelity is very important and this conversion helps to reproduce the sound faithfully.

 

 At Premier Cable we have a ton of high-quality audio snake cable options for all of your needs from the studio to the stage. Shop snake cables, snake cables with boxes, splitter snake cables, snake cables without boxes and even snake cable on reels.

 

Multicore cable analog D-Sub to XLR

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