Canadian Musician has been featuring well-known Canadian artists since
1979. Each bi-monthly issue includes a series of columns by professional
musicians on Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Percussion, Digital Music, Business,
Songwriting, Live Sound, and more. CM provides new access points for
musicians, classified ads, showcasing possibilities, new products, and reviews.
CM's community of professional musicians offers valuable interaction
among its readers and their industry.
Canadian Music Trade has been the resource guide for musical
instrument industry professionals for over 30 years. CMT assists
music dealers and suppliers with the latest updates to the market,
products, important trends, and business opportunities. Canadian
Music Trade keeps its readers informed on industry events,
features (both national and international), and associations.
Professional Lighting & Production was conceived to fill the
demand for information in the multi-billion dollar Canadian
lighting and production industry. Each publication provides
in-depth information on products, suppliers, personnel, and
technological developments. It keeps readers current on
industry events, important innovations, trends, and trend-
Professional Sound has become the magazine of choice for
audio professionals in Canada. The magazine profiles various
areas of the pro audio industry and includes news, events, product
information, practical tricks, and tips. Every issue features sections
on recording, live sound, broadcast, post-production, sound
contracting, DJing, A/V production, and multimedia.
The Ninth Edition of this ESSENTIAL GUIDE to the Canadian Music Industry has been completely updated and revised. Featuring over 60 categories, each listing includes: Company, Contact, Address, Phone, fax, E-mail, Web Address and Description. We have collected thousands of e-mail addresses, Websites, and Internet-based references to make your search through the Canadian Music Industry even easier than ever before.
All listings are 100% verified and submitted personally by the companies themselves.