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A high-level presentation and discussion on the new measurement techniques in Analog and Digital Audio

When: Tuesday December 15, 2015

Time: 7:00pm – 10:00pm

Where: Ryerson University RCC 361
Rogers Communications Building
80 Gould Street Toronto, Ontario, M5B 2M7

The Ryerson University Communications Building is located at the corner of Gould and Church, east of Yonge Street – Dundas Subway.  For parking info and map, goto

About the Event

Smaart is the most straight-forward and widely used software for real-time sound system measurement, optimization and control in professional sound engineering today. For over 18 years it has garnered a loyal following from every corner of the audio industry, and on a daily basis it helps audio professional around the globe do their jobs better, faster and, of course, smarter. But like any tool, Smaart is only as good as the person who wields it, which is why training on a tool this powerful is so important.

Join us this meeting for an overview of making the most of your sound system and measurement process using SMAART hosted by Geoff Maurice and Bob Snelgrove.  John Vanderkooy will provide an introductory overview of digital measurement technology.

SMAART screen capture

Pre-Meeting “Dutch Treat” dinner

5:00 pm at the Pickle Barrel (corner of Edward and Yonge, just north of Dundas, in the Atrium)


Geoff Maurice

Geoff Maurice

Ontario Rep, Gerr Audio

Geoff Maurice, while a youngster in the Professional Audio industry, has grown over the last 7 years and heads up all Technical Sales at GerrAudio and everything Audio Precision. While Sales oriented, GerrAudio’s roots always show through and the need to take apart every new cool piece of gear that comes through the doors still takes precedence over anything.
Bob Snelgrove

Bob Snelgrove

Owner, Gerr Audio

In 1972, while attending the University of Waterloo, Bob Snelgrove started custom-designing large format Live Performance mixing consoles and signal processors which he built and sold to major Canadian bands of the day. In 1979 he founded GerrAudio and is currently President. Gerr Audio represents key brands of “best of class” digital and analog audio technology and hardware used in Broadcast Communications, Audio Test & Measurement, Live Performance Sound Reinforcement and Audio Signal Networking.

This Meeting is Sponsored by…

HHB Canada

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