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Canadian Sound Invention Becomes A Festival Fave

Jeremy Bridge has invented a speaker technology that delivers high-quality sound to the audience while limiting its bleed into surrounding areas. and His system is now in demand across Canada and a growing number of festivals on the continent.

Canadian Sound Invention Becomes A Festival Fave

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One of the biggest hits at this summer's electronic music festivals is not a DJ, but a soft-spoken engineer.


Jeremy Bridge invented a speaker technology that delivers high-quality sound to the audience while limiting its bleed into surrounding areas. His National Research Council technology is now being used on Broadway and at music festivals in Las Vegas and Mexico City.

 ­­– Continue reading Deana Sumanac-Johnson’s story on the CBC News site.

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