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daily kaddish: muted backstage at the opera

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Tonight’s Kaddish is played entirely on muted horn, since I recorded it using my iPhone in a far too live exit foyer backstage at the opera. Continue reading

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daily kaddish: for so many remembered

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The whole thing is on muted horn, which gave me license to explore some dynamic range despite recording it with iTalk in a small boomy hallway backstage at the opera. Continue reading

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the man in the pink suit

When the family lived in Los Angeles, the tzaddik showed early signs of what was to come.  Only it was a bit more theatrical down there in Southern California. The tzaddik produced an opera, believe it or not—the opera David, … Continue reading

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daily kaddish: backstage at the opera

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I recorded tonight’s Kaddish between acts of La Traviata. . I was recording with iTalk on my iPhone, which has no input level controls, so I had to play pianissimo to minimize the distortion from high input levels. Continue reading

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