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How To Properly Roll Cable in the Recording Studio

Randy Coppinger shows you how to properly roll cable in the recording studio. Enough said!

Video by Scott Reynolds

As originally posted here:


Why use the “Over Under” technique?

  1. It helps prevent tangle and enables the cable to lay flat.
  2. It prolongs the life of the cable.
  3. It is accepted best practice for media production professionals.

Here’s another video with two slightly different ways to achieve the same roll.

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