LightSnake makes digital recording easy
Ever wanted to start recording your very own tracks digitally, but never got around doing it due to the numerous cables and sound cards that you have to meddle with? Enter the LightSnake from SoundTech, an amazing invention that could be dubbed as a “Soundcard in a cable” – making digital music recording as easy as 1, 2, 3. All you need to do to get started is to plug in your particular instrument and begin recording in CD quality. Each purchase of a LightSnake comes with demonstration software from Sony, while the cable is Garage Band-ready for Mac users, offering a new totally twist to the meaning Plug-and-Play.
The LightSnake is actually a 0.25″ to USB cable, making it perfect for musical instruments such as guitars, bass, and electronic keyboards. Plug the 0.25″ mono plug to your instrument while the USB end is hooked up to any available USB port on your PC and you’re good to go. There is no need for any additional drivers, even if you’re using the archaic Windows 98 SE operating system. The LightSnake cable is equipped with an embedded 16-bit Analog-to-Digital converter with an audio signal boost to bring you extremely low audio loss, while the 48/44.1 KHz Sampling Rate brings high quality audio during your recording sessions. The additional function of HSDL (Host Side Data Loss) Noise Reduction does away with unwanted noise during audio signal conversion.
To spruce things up, each LightSnake cable boasts SoundTech’s patented “Live when Lit” technology which enables the cable ends to glow in a cool, green color whenever they are connected properly. These lights will flash as an indication of successful sound transmission.