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Russ Berger, President, Russ Berger Design Group, Addison, TX
Russ Berger's past experience in the studio as musician, engineer and owner gives him insight as a consultant into all aspects and phases of facility design. He currently serves as president of the National Council of Acoustical Consultants. Berger has more than 2,500 design projects to his credit, including NPR headquarters, Whitney Houston's personal studio, Sweetwater, NFL Films headquarters and Sony Music. Berger is also Radio magazine's technical consultant on broadcast acoustics.
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