The Toronto Section began meeting in 1968 and today is one of the most active AES sections in the world.
We hold at least 10 meetings each year, including our annual day-long event. From a local membership of about 300, we average 50 attendees for our regular meeting and over 100 for our day-long events. These events provide members with an opportunity to make contacts and socialise with others in the pro audio community.
Regular Meetings are usually held on the 4th Tuesday of each month, beginning at 7:00pm.
Our Monthly Bulletins announce upcoming meetings, review previous meetings, and keep members up to date on happenings in the local pro audio scene.
Date: Tuesday, October 20, 2020 TBA
“Exclusive Tour – HAPY HIPI
“Audio Spectrum” Women and Non-Binary in Audio
When: Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Time: 6:45 pm
Register for free.
When: Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Time: 12:00 noon – 8:00pm
Where: CBC Broadcasting Centre
250 Front St W (John St entrance), Toronto, ON
On September 23 and 24, 2018, the Toronto AES is celebrating its 50th year as a section of the Audio Engineering Society, and we’re holding a special two day long seminar to mark this special milestone! We’ve invited some of the AES’s best friends to join us, with presentations and interactive panel discussions that will highlight the state of the audio industry in Toronto, and show off some of our best achievements.
When: Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Time: All day AES | SMPTE event 9 am to 4pm
Social / Hors D’oeuvres | 4pm to 7pm
SMPTE Meeting | 7pm to 10pm
Where: Screen Industries Research and Training Centre (SIRT)
Pinewood Toronto Studios | Stage 10,
225 Commissioners Street, Toronto, ON M4M OA1
Edward (Ted) Marshall has been at the forefront of classical music recording for over fifty years. He has recorded hundreds of solo artists, orchestras, bands, choral and chamber ensembles, in Canada and abroad with the CBC and his own company, Marshall Arts Productions.
On June 12, 2014, the Toronto AES presented a special meeting to honour the work of the highly respected University of Waterloo’s Audio Research Group (ARG).
Neil Muncy, Audio Engineer, 1938 – 2012, was a friend, colleague, teacher, and mentor to several generations of audio practitioners.
Membership has its privileges!