In another answer here on the SE, this statement was made:
Usually, my goal is to have all EM noise appear to a good amplifier as common mode, and use twisted pairs to achieve this."
This seems to suggest that using twisted-pairs vs independent, single wiring will change how EM noise will alter a signal.
My question is in regards to the part I've highlighted. How does twisted-pair wiring affect noise on the signal? Is there something special about the twisting that facilitates this effect? Or is it just the proximity that's important. At which point, could I just bundle the individual wires and zip-tie them (or similar) together?
(see here) for the answer from which I'm quoting. Taken from 2nd paragraph.