18 Comments

  1. Michel FACERIAS

    Really nice approach in this very complex field. Of course it needs more comment and examples.

    But, it’s the first time i read no errors about cabling.

    And i’m an electronic teacher and a sound engineer !

    :-)

  2. R A

    Untangled !

  3. Arnaud

    Nice done, thanx

  4. Dj Maroux SA

    Useful information

  5. Theef

    Usefull! Thanks Leticia.

  6. Dammie

    Thank you. Very helpful tip.. Love from Nigeria. Bless

  7. Anonymous

    Good post, thanks.

  8. Seston

    Oh, Anne Carson. I love her books. Yeah, I’ve written stuff down on scattered scraps, too: post-it notes, corners of newspapers, match books, used envelopes, business cards, etc. Here’s a thought: take all those scraps and get them bound into a tiny flip book: scribbled ideas on the verso, pre-printed ephemera on the recto. What a ononif-a-ke-d object that would be.

  9. Anonymous

    Thanks !

  10. Jack

    One thing that I think needs mentioning as it can cause damage is not to use a 1/4″ instrument cable for a speaker cable. Although both use TS plugs (unless you’re using speakon plugs), the cable itself is very different, nice article though, just thought it was worth a mention ☺☺

  11. Pat

    Nice guide, good job on that on. But just one little mention, XLR can be unbalance if they carry a stereo signal, witch is not common but happen frome time to time.

  12. Alfred Deakin

    Thanks for sharing this informative blog with us. It helps to select best Cable. It is very useful for me.

  13. Jesus

    Hi there,
    I have a little question:
    It’s possible to connects the signal of the Shure SM58 mic output XLR ( mono balanced ) to input jack stereo 3.5mm of camcorder (TRS – PLUG IN POWER)?

  14. Pat

    Hi Looking to improve the midi file karaoke sound on my asus laptop how can I do this Can I send it to my keyboard Optimus Md 1200 & forwared to my pa system using midi in & out thanks Pat

    • Scott Parsons

      Hey Pat,

      Thanks for getting in touch, happy to help. Just to clarify, are you looking to send MIDI information from your computer to your keyboard? Let me know if that’s the case and I can give you some more info on the process.

      Keep in mind that MIDI doesn’t actually carry an audio signal, just MIDI information. We actually have a guide on MIDI here:

      http://blog.landr.com/what-is-midi/

      Take a look, it should clear up some of your questions as well :)

      Best,
      Scott

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