I'm thinking about creating a console for a tabletop to do some audio signal routing- A/B, on/off, effect loops, etc. That would allow me to tuck some pedals away, keep the floor clear, and avoid some wire clutter. I vaguely remember reading up on some issues with signal routing- "break before make" switches for A/Bs and effect loops, buffers popping (or preventing popping?), etc. But in the end I just picked up stomp switches that were recommended by other builders and forgot about it. Are there finger-friendly toggle switches that work best for audio signal? Can I just use whatever type I need (DPDT, etc) and/or repurpose other switches I have? Will plain ole light switches work if the switch type is correct for the purpose? Any input appreciated.