High-quality analog cables are a key component to achieving the best sounding recordings. If you've spent money on a quality microphone and preamp, you want to make sure the connection between the two is as good as it gets.
It is commonly thought that all cables sound the same, but this is surely not the case. A lower quality cable can cause the signal to sound hollow, thin, and sometimes noisy when connected to your interface. Having quality cables in your recording rig can even open up the frequency range of the lower quality microphones you may be using.
Vintage King hand wires all of our custom cables in Detroit, Michigan. Every cable is tested to make sure it is performing at it’s highest potential. When wiring up all the patchbays and outboard gear, you may need a custom snake for all the different types of connections. Your sales rep at Vintage King can help find the perfect setup for your rig.
When an artist is recording, you want to make sure they are as comfortable as possible. Most headphones tend to have shorter cables to improve the quality of sound coming from the headphone amp, or have twisted cabling that ends up being bulky when standing and performing. Adding headphone extensions to your rig is a great way to ensure the headphones aren’t weighing the artist down, and feel as if they aren’t even there.
Don’t forget about quality power cables. Some people think the last five feet in the power chain doesn't make a difference, but with the addition of a highly shielded, oxygen free copper cable, you can greatly reduce noise due to unclean power, and improve the sonic quality of the speaker or preamp.
Contact your Vintage King sales rep to find the perfect collection of Analog Cables for your recording rig.