All Dressed In White

I tend to go for the ultra modern style. I have as much white furniture in my house as possible. That table with Tiffany on it is where I sit and do much of my blogging to you. One thing that most definetly should not be bothering me is the color of my 3.5mm Eurorack cables. However it has been driving me crazy. Right now I have yellow, red, black and blue spaghetti blocking the view of my pretty modules. Luckily I came across a thread on the Muffwiggler forums titled All Dressed in White. There sat the pretty photo above from urbanscallywag and his kind words sharing where he got his white cables. They are available at Erthenvar in various sizes. There is some utility to using nearly all white too. My plan is to have a few red ones when I need to patch something vital in I need to keep an eye on.

“I needed more patch cords… so I decided to do something fun.” – urbanscallywag

For more info: erthenvar.com/store/35cables/35white

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on September 29, 2012 at 6:12 am, filed under modular, synthesizer and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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6 Responses to “All Dressed In White”

  1. 53T says:

    thought of this tip i saw a few days ago… would allow you to keep the color to a minimum.

    http://lifehacker.com/5945924/color+code-cables-on-the-cheap-with-perler-beads

  2. Scott says:

    I hate it when people correct me, but you spelled definitely wrong. “definetly”. Love the white cables!

  3. Merlijn Nimmegeers says:

    Ha, I know the feeling. I’m building my own ‘patchcable tree’ at work. Since were building a new (IP) network, there’s like 4 patchpanels with 24 ports at the moment. And it’s only the beginning…
    But we need a lot of colors to see which ones are students, printers, personnel, etc.

  4. jakub says:

    It is funny to find the same furniture in houses around the globe. We have the same chairs at home.

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