Jim van Bergen

van Bergen
Q & A: Helen and John Meyer 
Early in my career, a production manager told me the only way he could make sure he had sound reproduction for Philip Glass' live shows was by demanding
Will UPJ Be Mine? 
In honor of Valentine's Day, I'm giving up my secret Valentine. It's a speaker. Yes, I know that sounds sad and absurd; my wife and daughters are obviously
Working With The Rental Shop 
A the end of the day, people make the difference in our world. It is the carpenter that really matters, not the hammer he uses. It is the electrician
The Best Loudspeaker You've Never Heard Of? 
It is rare for a design tool to make a quiet and subtle entry into the Broadway marketplace, especially for loudspeakers! But sometimes, truth is stranger
And the Envelope, Please . . . 
Sound designers will be ignored once again at this year's Tonys. Let's do something about it.
We Are All in the Crush 
Reflections on the industry amid the aisles of AES
Seriously Intimidating SIDD: The XTA DP 324 DSP 
Have you ever looked at a sound system drive rack you've designed, seen a DP226, and wondered why such a powerful DSP drive unit was lacking the short
Online Exclusive: X-amining the New X-VCA From Crest 
April 2001--Consoles are a tricky business. In the last 10 years, the explosion of the personal and home studio has massed dozens of small (and inexpensive)
Going for the Gold 
On Broadway, industrials, broadcast, regional theatre, tours, theme parks, cruise ships, and seemingly everywhere, there is one manufacturer's name that
Wireless Mics: How Little Lavs Fare in the Big Apple 
When sound designers think Broadway, they immediately think wireless microphones. The knowing looks in the designer's inner circle feature untold volumes
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