Hamilton's America on PBS
A PBS crew followed Lin-Manuel Miranda around for what looks like a few years as he prepared "Hamilton," put it on, and got to deal with the overwhelming public enthusiasm once it became a hit.
PBS did a wonderful job with this.
I'm more excited than ever to see "Hamilton" now when it comes to San Francisco next year.
Can be streamed here: http://www.pbs.org/video/2365870668/
There're RF emissions in that low frequency too, but AFAIK they're used by submarines and other military purposes. Funnily enough some recordings made in France, at some place I can't recall now which is next to a submarine base, show a low frequency imprint for the recording system tuning that carrier and converting it into sound in the mix.
IMO it's more likely related to the Android smartphones issue, the exact frequency at which the problem starts seems to be 3958Hz. I quote from that thread:
Oh, interesting, hadn't of that latter.
Thought of ham radio, but that would be missing a 'M' or at least a 'k'.
Might it be the lowest frequency for a carrier frequency for voice quality?
Maybe this is his favourite frequency region to cut or boost?
Not sure what any of those have to do with Hz, Mikey, but thanks for the larph.