Back to the broader topic . . . all your electrical lines, from the breakers to outlets, should be run with BX cable, AC-90 12/2 preferably. The shielding goes a long way to keep interference out of every part of your signal chain. If you're in a build, replace ALL the wire. Don't cheap out.
Yeah, my tech suggests 10GA with a specific number of twists in it per foot per Bill Whitlock (Jensen), home run shots from every outlet to the main box. But he's pretty over the top. I didn't read it all, but here's a discussion.
One thing is for sure, it's a lot easier to do it when you're at the bare studs stage of a build. Personally, I passed on it and ran 12Ga romex instead of the 14Ga that my electrician would have pulled if I had not spec'd 12. Of course, home runs from every quad box back to the sub-panel for the studio. From my understanding, when running separate wires for hot / neutral and ground, it is quite important to get the number of twists per foot right. Getting the 10Ga with proper twists right in walls already drywalled would have been a nightmare in my situation.
Bottom line, get it right the first time. . <thumbsup>
I was fortunate enough to attend two Bill Whitlock talks at my local - Toronto - AES chapter. I asked him specifically about twists-per-inch in the AC runs. His answer was "as tight as you can get it".