Sound Man’s Secret Revealed

Shure microphone from

Shure microphone from thetapeworks.comThe sound guy has a secret weapon in his tool box that every person who does “hands on” production work needs to know about.

The tape he uses to label the sound mixer, console tape,  has hundreds of other uses around the stage or set.

Because this tape can be written on with a Sharpie Marker with no worries about bleed through, it is the ideal product for generating temporary labels for almost anything that needs to be marked.  Dressing room doors,  steps, lockers-they can all be given highly visible temporary labels using Shurtape 724.

Hazards in the dark like the edges of a stage or the location of the top of a temporary stairway or ramp can be made more visible in poorly lighted areas.

Use it to post schedules and set lists to the wall without worry of paint damage or adhesive residue when the are removed.

Shurtape 724 paper label tape has a place in every work box or gear bag.




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