Kenneth Emig is an Ottawa, Canada based acoustic consultant. He has a transdisciplinary understanding that enables him to work between disciplines in manufacturing, design and engineering environments. He can tune architectural acoustics, design products, build laboratories, and hone manufacturing strategies.
He has extensive experience with hands-on acoustic measurement and design of telecommunications devices, exploratory projects and laboratory design. His work in global manufacturing highlights his strength in being able to translate theoretical and product requirements into manufacturable design.
Recently, he completed the architectural acoustic design of a multidisciplinary performance venue in Ottawa (Club SAW) and is an Industry Partner of the Responsive Ecologies Laboratory at Ryerson University.
His technical work complimented by his transdisciplinary art practice that includes public art and dance commissions and an artist residency at the National Research Council of Canada.