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.
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.
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, by Darius Milhaud—at the Hollywood Bowl. He even borrowed back the bible story engravings that […]
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.