"During the initial days of Hamsadhwani, though the audio quality in the hall was acceptable, recording the live performances was a bit of a challenge," says Naga, our resident sound engineer / President. "We had tried the audio recorders used in the classes to record, but the recording quality was not acceptable. There were all sorts of noises from static to a baby crying during a niraval. Great performances like Delhi Sunderrajan-sir's Sobillu, Nishant Chandran's Madyamavathi, Ramakrishnan Murthi's RTP went without any recording. I could mention them just from my memory, such was the impact," he rues.
Read his blog post to see how we tried various alternatives until we finally solved the problem. All this to make sure you and your children can listen to quality music. After all, the sound of music captures the integrity of the musician. And maybe touches your soul.
The fundraising needle is moving slowly but surely. If you haven't already, please take a few minutes to do your part to support the community and musicians.