In setting up your home studio, you learned how to assemble your equipment in regards to spacial consideration, workflow optimization and organization. However, the cables and connectors are truly the ties that bind and make everything work together. Understanding which plug is needed where, and what each plug does is important information for any recording or home studio commando.
In this article you will learn:
- The cords, cables, and connections used in music production
- What they do and where they go
- Most common uses
The most common and popular cord you may recognize is the 1/4 inch analog plug. Their are two flavors mono, known as TS, (Tip sleeve) and stereo, known as TRS (Tip Ring Sleeve)