I've been in the business for 25 years now. Since I was a kid, I have played bass guitar and right from the beginning I was attracted to sound. As I was growing in the industry, I kept on playing the bass and learned to know the stage from both sides, as a musician and as a sound engineer. It helped me understand how great an impact the sound has on performances on stage and in the studio. Today, I work with legendary Israeli Artists: Aviv Geffen, Ariel Zilber, T-Slam & The Friends of Natasha. All my artists are very experienced and some of them have been in the business before I was born. It's a huge honour to work with such experienced artists that also were a big part of my soundtrack as a child/teenager.
Aviv Geffen & the Israeli Philharmonic orchestra
Aviv Geffen "Rock Prom" Concerts hosting Mr. Allen Parsons, Mike Garson, Biffy Clyro, Jake Bugg and more.
Rita - Tunes for Piece at the UN hall NYC (as a bass player)
T-Slam & the Symphonic orchestra Live Concert 2015
Israeli Opera Concerts
Favorite DPA Microphones
I use 4099 instrument mics a Lot. It's my only choice for grand piano. In large scale concerts, I try to gather as many 4099's that I can and use them on pretty much everything. Mostly on low output instruments in a noisy stage where you want to capture the dynamics of the performer clearly and in great detail. Nothing compares to the 4099 on cellos and contra basses in a philharmonic orchestra when there are rock'n'roll drums nearby. d:factoTM
is one of the most impressing Vocal Microphones out there, as it is captures the natural vocalist's low end without side effects.
Creative Sound Design
Kfar Yehoshua, Israel