| Innovative | Idiosyncratic| Experimental |
Twelfth Root is an audio studio located in Ottawa, Canada, and has been involved in a myriad of audio productions, including audio for film, TV, radio, web, production for other musical artists, museum kiosks and sound installations. We also have experience in space for sound consulting, studio design, and forensic analysis of recorded materials.
Films and Documentaries
Editing, mixing, sound design, original music and audio formatting for films such as Flicker, Winds of Heaven, Peggy Nicol, Beyond Belief, and Lustrale.
Local and national advertising campaigns for CHEO, Canada Post, Canadian Nurses Association, Rideau Centre, Algonquin College, CPAC, Hydro Ottawa, OC Transpo, Ottawa Tourism, Tartan Homes, University of Ottawa, and many others.
All aspects of audio animation: Flash Gordon, Katie and Orbie, The Secret World of Benjamin Bear, Hoze Houndz, Pumper Pups and Cyberchase.
Numerous projects for a wide variety of clients including Air Canada, The Perimeter Institute, Parks Canada, and the Canadian Hunger Foundation.
Work for museums has included projects involving the Canadian Library and Archives, the Canadian War Museum, and the Museum of Civilization. Twelfth Root has delivered original content, kiosk design and implementation, voice recording, sound effects creation, editing and audio mastering for audio playback devices and presentation environments.
Recent work includes several innovative projects with internationally acclaimed sculptor/dancer Kenneth Emig, presented in the national capital region at AxeNeo7 and the National Arts Centre.
Edmund Eagan is the owner and operator of Twelfth Root.