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The Making of the Purim Farbrengen 5733

Behind the scenes of JEM's new release of the Farbrengen from 5733 - 1973, watchinng this video will give you a bit of an understanding of what goes into each video we release.

when we release a video, from our various collections we will choose the recording with the best image quality and the recording with the best audio quality and combine them together to creat the best possible quality video of that event. In this case the video we chose was of 1/2 inch open reel recorded by a Professional crew hired by Rabbi Krinsky in honor of the event and the audio of 1/4 inch audio tape reel recorded by Rabbi Aharon Goldstein, after many hours spent on the preservations side restoring both sources and many hours spent by the editors syncing them together the results are magnificant.

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