Edmund Eagan

Edmund Eagan is a Canadian television composer,[1] sound designer, and musician based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He was the recipient of a 1992 Gemini Award for Best Original Music Score for a Program or Mini-Series for the Canadian television animated production The Woman Who Raised a Bear as Her Son.[2] Eagan has been nominated several times for Gemini Awards.[2] He composed the music for the television show This Hour Has 22 Minutes.[3]


Eagan worked on a number of television productions, including CBC's The Health Show, the TV program Curiosities and in the Man Alive documentary Beyond Belief.

He also collaborated with choreographer Tedd Robinson on the latter's dance work "Rigamarole".[4]

Eagan is the proprietor of Twelfth Root Studios,[5] and has been involved in the design and evolution of the Haken Audio Continuum Fingerboard, including mechanical and operational issues, as well as principal sound design for the internal sound engine of the Continuum Fingerboard.[6]

In 2017 Eagan performed at the ConinuuCom festival in Asheville.[7] In 2018 he is the Artist-in-Residence at Carleton University.

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  1. ^ "Emily Carr, unretouched". Toronto Star, Jan 30, 2011
  2. ^ a b Geminis (7 November 1999). "Canada's Awards Database Edmund Eagan". Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television. Archived from the original on 4 June 2012. Retrieved 15 December 2011.
  3. ^ "This Hour Has 22 Minutes Credits". CBC Television. 25 October 2009. Archived from the original on 27 March 2010. Retrieved 15 December 2011.
  4. ^ "Tedd Robinson : Toucher du bois". Voir, Catherine Hébert 26 September 2001
  5. ^ Mark Vail (February 2014). The Synthesizer: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding, Programming, Playing, and Recording the Ultimate Electronic Music Instrument. OUP USA. pp. 348–. ISBN 978-0-19-539489-4.
  6. ^ "ContinuuCon 2016: Notes From First Haken Continuum Conference". eMusician, Geary Yelton, June 15, 2016
  7. ^ " ContinuuCon 2017 Comes to Asheville". NPR, By Helen Chickering • Jun 10, 2017

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