In the 70’s and into the 90’s WBS used a Schadow switch in almost every product they built. Different buttons required different offsets so “GOLDEN RULES” of design were made up so each engineer was on the same page. I found two of those pages the other day and was fascinated. These drawings are both done by hand and are admirable.
I’ve been building cables for over 15 years now and I’ve finally created a small calculator to estimate the costs of making an XLR cable. In the process, I am now offering cable construction services to help pay for going back to school.
The prices are very competitive while the quality is second to none.
I’ve had nothing but good luck and good feedback about the Microphone Cables I’ve made available for rental. All of the cables are Mogami Negflex Quad Microphone with Neutrik NC3-XX connectors.
Recommended for most small to mid size recording studios:
I’ve been asked to estimate a few kits, so a simple calculator has been created to help you estimate the costs of your build.
All Cables include ID Heatshrink, coloured boots and rings, and Panduit Velcro Cable tie.
Free use of APKaudio loaner Microphone cable package available while yours is being built.
3 weeks lead time needed to build your order. Cable subject to availability.
Get $5 trade in on all of your old XLR microphone cable! All used cables get donated to a high school tech club
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I do not want you to have something from APKaudio that you are not satisfied with.
Quickly Uploaded some pictures of the fabrication of Wilma
Here is the start of wiring up the channel buckets
I put a bid on this amazing console… just so I could say “I bid on the Beatles console…” but I was forced to retract my bid because I entered the wrong amount.
There’s a pair of SLM meters
burning in as we gawk…