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Like Lines On A Parking Lot

Like Lines On A Parking Lot

  Properly marking a sound console with tape can often mean more than just giving a name to each input with paper labeling tape. Use of large consoles can also be well served by adding some vertical tape lines between input sections to quickly draw your eye to the section of the console that needs […]

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White Console Tape Doesn’t Start Out That Way

White Console Tape Doesn’t Start Out That Way

Shurtape P724 console label tape is made from a type of paper referred to as “kraft”. Kraft paper is stronger than lots of other papers because of a manufacturing process that removes one of the components of wood pulp that negatively impacts paper strength. By removing most of the lignin in the manufacturing process, the […]

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Mixing In The Dark?  Use Glow Tape For “Lane Markers”

Mixing In The Dark? Use Glow Tape For “Lane Markers”

Sometimes sound mixing in specialized environments require that you work in the dark. Even a small console light is more than the event manager will allow for certain dramatic parts of a show. When this happens, small pieces of glow tape fixed to critical controls on the console can help you grab the right knob […]

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Console Tape Companions

Console Tape Companions

Audio visual technicians who use Shurtape 724 for console labeling may find the need for additional tape products in their day to day projects. One of the most important is gaffers tape, a cotton cloth tape designed for temporary holding of cables and lots of other tasks on stages and sets. Gaffers tape uses a […]

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