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Article: Smarter, Not Harder - Coldclimb's Slackline Setup
Kindof. These methods are fine. I find the single biner method of using a girth hitch rather than a clove to work better. This way, with one biner 4 feet from the anchor and 3 biners on the anchor, you can tuck the last strand under the previous strand on the biner away from the anchor. This was you are also providing the maximum amount on force against the line and thus tightening it more.

Article: Smarter, Not Harder - Coldclimb's Slackline Setup
Kindof. These methods are fine. I find the single biner method of using a girth hitch rather than a clove to work better. This way, with one biner 4 feet from the anchor and 3 biners on the anchor, you can tuck the last strand under the previous strand on the biner away from the anchor. This was you are also providing the maximum amount on force against the line and thus tightening it more.