Yes, pro, got customers, invoice and get paid.
I'm working with a vndamme configurator atm, which includes all you mentioned
I'm working with Digidesign Digisnakes atm, but epscially the XLR snake soldering is really bad (the db25's are ok though) and also some HOSA db25's which work fine, but are low end. they are really strong molded, haven't busted 1 yet, but just want homogene wiring all along. So vandamme blue it's gonna be 16 snakes in total, 96 patchpoints and full direct out / tape return from my SSL Alphalink
Only thing that's lacking now is a decent website, but i just can't be asked.Have decent business from word of mouth, but I guess I could do more promotion.
|Originally posted by DJ RANN |
Yuck; Hosa cables
Raphie, you're a commercial business right? Ask for a trade account with trade. I used to work for them and can give you whatever advice you need about to spec them. By the way, make sure you get as specific as you possibly can;
Tail lengths, pliosil tails, numbers, labeling (i.e. "input snake 1" or "master outs 1-16") type of DB connectors (they have the really nice high quality metal ones etc), exact lengths etc.
The studio grade multicore they do is the industry standard at every great studio in the world. Abbey, Air, Olympic, Sarm, The Royal Opera House, Metropolis, Peter Gabriels real word, Brit Row.
Interesting Story: The Old Decca Studio in Hampstead London (where I'm from) was again up for lease after being the English National Opera rehearsal space for the last 25 years. It had the first gen of Van Damme cable installed and the owner of VD went to check out the place and found that after 25+ years of abuse all the tie lines, all the connections were still perfect.
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