The Stackcable opens up a whole new approach to the art of synthesizer patching. Complex signal flow is more visible and easier to follow and you’ll never again have to interrupt your workflow to stop, trace back, and insert a multiple. Spend more time concentrating on music making and less time on figuring how to run multiple signal paths. In addition, when comparing multiple modules vs Stackcables, the Stackcables can come out cheaper and provide you with more mult points, whenever you need them, in any configuration, without taking up any rack space in your system.
When comparing the Stackcables with regular patch cables, the Stackcables always keep your jacks reusable no matter how many connections are running to or from a jack. Using standard patch cables effectively “seals up” a jack once patched in, a major limitation in the dynamic workflow of a modular synthesizer. And when it comes to carrying your audio signals, the Stackcable is superior to low-cost patch cables because they are made with heavy-gauge signal conductor and signal shielding, providing both low capacitance, low impedance, and excellent noise rejection. Additionally, by providing shielding from electrical interference, the Stackcable outperforms any other signal splitter at handling audio and control signals in a professional studio environment, keeping both your studio quiet and your modular synth signals clean.