Live Sound

Download Justice’s current professional resume (contact for references):
Justice Bigler Sound Resume

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Justice works for the City of Tulsa where has been employed as the full time house sound technician at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center since December 2008. During the Summer and Fall of 2007, Justice was the Lead Audio Tech for The Utah Shakespeare Festival and mixed the world premier new musical Lend Me a Tenor: The Musical.

Justice carries over a decade of live sound engineering experience working: front-of-house, monitors, system tech, deck audio, RF coordination, system install and tuning. He has experience with a wide variety of event types including: symphony, ballet, opera, theatre, musical theatre, talking head events, bands and music groups of all styles, in rooms ranging from 100 seats up to more than 2,500 seats.

Consoles that Justice has experience working on:

  • Yamaha: PM5D, CL5, M7CL, LS9, 01V96
  • Avid: Venue, Venue Profile
  • Digico: SD8
  • Soundcraft K3
  • Allen and Heath GL2400 and GL4000

Software that Justice has experience working with:

  • Rational Acoustics Smaart
  • Stage Research: SFX, RF Guru
  • Figure 53: QLab2 and QLab3
  • Avid: Protools
  • Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux

Manufacturer Training Sessions that Justice Has Attended:

  • Meyer Sound: D-Mitri  Training and Applications, SIM3 Training and System Design
  • Yamaha: PM5D School and PM5D School Advanced, CL5 Operational Training
  • Rational Acoustics: Smaart Training

Other skills and experience that Justice has:

  • Digital audio networking: Dante
  • RF Coordination: Wireless mics, in-ear-monitors, wireless coms

Theatre Sound Design and Programming:

Portico Dans Theatre:

  • Mob Mentality – QLab Audio and Video Programmer – July 2014
  • BorN – QLab Audio and Video Programmer – July 2012

American Theatre Company:

  • Honky Tonk Angels: Bubba’s Revenge – Sound Designer and FOH Mixer – July 2008

University of Tulsa Theatre Department:

  • The Importance of Being Ernest – November 2005
  • The Laramie Project – February 2006
  • Lucky Stiff – April 2006
  • Indoor/Outdoor – September 2006
  • Nunsense – October 2006
  • Julius Caesar – November 2006