Job Title: Sr. Systems Designer
Company: CBC / Radio- Canada
Technical Committee: Network Audio Systems
Standards Committees: SC-02-01 (Digital Audio Measurement Techniques), SC-02-02 (Digital Input/Output Interfacing), SC-02-02-K (Multichannel audio in AES3, X196), SC-02-02-L (MADI over twisted-pair cabling), SC-02-08 (Audio File Transfer and Exchange), SC-02-08-E (X212 HRTF file format), SC-02-12 (Audio Applications of Networks), SC-02-12-H (AES-X192), SC-02-12-J (Network Use Cases), SC-02-12-L (Open Control Architecture), SC-02-12-M (AES67 development), SC-02-12-N (Media network directories), SC-02-12-P (Broadcast and Online Delivery), SC-02-12-Q (Streaming Loudness), SC-02-12-R (Streaming audio metadata over IP), SC-03-06 (Digital Library and Archive Systems), SC-03-12 (Forensic Audio), SC-04-03 (Loudspeaker Modeling and Measurement), SC-04-04 (Microphone Measurement and Characterization), SC-04-04-D (Project AES-X42), SC-04-04-E (Microphone comparisons), SC-04-08 (Sound systems in rooms), SC-05-02 (Audio Connectors), SC-05-02-F (Fiber optic), SC-05-05 (Grounding and EMC Practices), SC-07-01 (Audio metadata)
Primary Section: Toronto
Vice Chair - Toronto AES
Anthony is a 3rd generation recording engineer and audio technician.
Interests include: Audio transmission, routing, bussing, summing, metering, and monitoring
While working for Toronto's Ward-Beck Systems, a revolutionary AES67/AES70 microphone preamp was conceptualized and made production ready.
Anthony has designed, engineered, manufactured and supplied the highest quality broadcast and studio equipment to television and radio broadcasters worldwide.
Bio:ANTHONY KUZUB updated April 2015
Anthony P. Kuzub is a 3rd generation recording and broadcast audio
engineer. At the age of ten he founded his first company, Copy Cat Recording, which duplicated audio CD's to cassettes for the benefit of those who did not own CD players.
Growing up at CFQC TV in Saskatoon, he played with Ward-Beck Systems mixing
consoles in the off air production control rooms. He heads the Ward-Beck Systems Preservation Society, whose members swap tech info and documentation about the legendary Toronto manufactured broadcast consoles. After 15 years of owning studios, recording bands, mixing FOH + Monitors for IATSE 300, and refurbishing consoles he moved to Toronto.
In 2010 Anthony commissioned Revolution Recording as their Technical
Supervisor by participating in refurbishment team for their SSL, Neve
Consoles. While Rush was recording in studio A, Anthony was building
custom Ward-Beck Systems Mixing Console for their third room. He also
performed technical upgrade services for Livewire, Joao Carvalho
Mastering, and Lacquer Channels Cutting system.
After giving Revolution Recording his 6 month notice, he earned an Honors Diploma in Communication Engineering from Seneca Toronto.
Upon graduation, Anthony worked as the IP audio product manager for Toronto's Ward-Beck.Systems
while taking on the roll as vice chair of the Toronto Audio Engineering Society
Anthony is actively involved in the technical and promotional aspects of the Open Control Architecture (OCA-AES70), AES 67 working group, and the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS-ST2110). His Quad Twisted Pair RJ45 audio connector wiring solution is under the scrutiny of the AES standards as X243 and the Ward-Beck Pemo remote controlled AES67 networked preamp is a game changer.
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology:
Degree Name: Electronics Engineering Technologist Communications
A comprehensive investigation of electronic circuitry, diagnostic techniques, applied mathematics, process control, and computer systems/networks. An advanced study of communication topics, including digital and data communications, the characteristics of signals and transmission media, cellular wireless systems, as well as broadband to the home.
This is a 3 year program that provides 30% hands—on laboratory work.
Program link: http://www.senecacollege.ca/fulltime/ELM.html
C, C++, VHDL, VB.NET, VEE, MATLAB
Anthony has spoken at NAB, AES, IBC, SMPTE meetings on the topic of networked audio using AES67 and ST2110-30
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