Seismic Audio is proud to launch a new video showcase for up and coming bands entitled Seismic Sessions. Our first session is now live and available on our YouTube page. The artist is wzuh, a local hip-hop artist whose lyrics will challenge you to think and grooves will get your body moving. He’s backed by […]Read more "Presenting Seismic Sessions"
Pre-made cable is great. We, here at Seismic Audio, make cable in all sorts of configurations and lengths. For most situations, this is all that is needed. Order the right cable, plug in, and go. However, that is not always the case. Sometimes the length isn’t quite right. Sometimes a different connector is needed. Sometimes […]Read more "Building Cables for Fun and Profit"
Powered speakers are the hot commodity in professional audio these days, but does that mean the time of passive speakers is over? It does not. Passive speakers still have some advantages over their powered brothers. Here are the Top 5. Easy to Fix and Modify Has your compression driver failed during a show? Did a […]Read more "Top 5 Reasons to Choose Passive Speakers"
One of the most enduring mysteries among working musicians is the difference between Mic Cables and DMX cables. They look exactly the same. They both use three pin XLR connectors, mostly. A mic cable will send DMX signals and a DMX cable will send audio signals. But, are they truly interchangeable? They are not […]Read more "XLR versus DMX"
If you own your own PA, you have cables. Lots and lots of cables. If you’re like most people, they all have the same black cable jacket we’ve been using since the beginning of time. There is a better way. The benefits of colored cable are numerous. Check it out! 1. Style – The […]Read more "The Top 5 Reasons Colored Cables are Better"
The seismic audio cable tester is a continuity tester to ensure that your signal is good from one connector to another. To start, test the battery by moving the switch to the battery check position. The test leads can be used on to test any connection and […]Read more "Seismic Audio Tips and Tricks: Using the Seismic Audio Cable Tester"
Description: Quickly learn how to roll a cable from Seismic Audio. http://goo.gl/WQAAII Keep things organized and extend the life of your cables by rolling them using the over-under technique. This video will clearly explain a method of rolling cables that will keep them tangle-free. Use this method for mic cables, instrument cables, extension cords, air […]Read more "Seismic Tips and Tricks: How to Roll a Cable"