Members’ Showcase 2017 Presentations
Reviews by Karl Machat, Pictures Jeff Bamford.
Bob Breen: "Life Beyond Audio School"
Ike Zimbel: "New Product by Aurora Audio called the Aurora Stinger"
Rich Wattie: "SSL Duality installation at Eastman"
Anthony Kazub: "New Ward Beck Preamps"
Ginn Anazawa: "Loudspeaker Voice Coil Temperature Sensing"
Bob Snelgrove: "Electronic product from the 'Bob Snelgrove Hobby Series' "
Buck Moore: "Soundtrack Mapping - An Extension of the 'D Curve' "
About the Event
On February 28, 2017, the Toronto section of the Audio Engineering Society held its 4th annual Members Showcase of Gadgets and Projects night. Toronto AES members showcased projects, hardware and work they have developed and created. In the AES spirit of sharing knowledge, we honoured and appreciated some of the work that our fellow engineers do on a daily basis and as hobby projects. This year’s presenters included:
- Bob Breen – Life beyond Audio School
- Ike Zimbel – New product by Aurora Audio called the Aurora Stinger
- Rich Wattie – SSL Duality installation at Eastman
- Anthony Kazub – New WB pre amps
- Ginn Anazawa – loudspeaker voice coil temperature sensing
- Bob Snelgrove – Electronic product from the “Bob Snelgrove Hobby Series”
- Buck Moore – Soundtrack Mapping – an extention of the D Curve
If you have a project or personal work you would like present to the membership, next year is your chance. For example, if you have a piece of gear you’ve built, or helped create, or a recording project that you’d like to share insight into, we’d like to see and hear it. All presentations should be limited to 10 minutes and can have an audio/visual component if necessary for the presentation. This promises to be a great night to find out more about the work your fellow AES colleagues do. Please submit your proposal to Rob DiVito before February 1, 2018 for consideration next year.
Pre-meeting Dutch treat dinner
5:00 pm at the Pickle Barrel (corner of Edward and Yonge, just north of Dundas, in the Atrium)