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A system I used for years had my tech building hookup cables to length, allowing for a little slack at the ends and then bundling them together to make a home-made snake. This works for a stage set-up that is the same each night, even if the venue changes. It helps to keep the stage floor cleaner, less cluttered, and reduces the chances of tripping over ...


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Use spiral wrap to keep all cables that go to and from the same places. That way, since you probably set up the same each time, there will only be 3 or 4 'separate' cable runs. You can also use spiral wrap to allow a cable to poke out at any convenient point. A Snake may do the job with a bit of adaptation - change some of the plugs. Often the wires ...


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Learn how to wrap cables. You will find many instructional videos, e.g.: Use Velcro cable ties to keep the coiled cables in place.


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