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The Audio Engineering Society is an international professional organization, and is the only professional society devoted exclusively to Audio technology.
Canadian Acoustical Association - CAA
is a professional, interdisciplinary organization that fosters communication, growth and education in the
field of acoustics.
Institute of Acoustics of Atlantic Canada
- IAAC is a regional organization that helps developers and students with comercial activity, papers, research, etc.
League for the hard of Hearing Founded in 1910 in New York as a private not-for-profit rehabilitation agency for infants,
children and adults who are hard of hearing and deaf.
Tinnitus FAQ The Tinnitus FAQ is the result of contributions of many people, who submitted information about Tinnitus.
Alaskan Audio Arts Your source for quality construction projects and parts
Acoustical Sciences Corporation Acoustic products for recording studios, hi-fi rooms, home theaters; noise baffles
for computers & FAA radar facilities; acoustics for churches, gymnasiums and offices.
Musicians's Exchange Protecting your equipment, publishing, events, etc.
Audioweb The most popular Hi-Fi audio site on the Internet!
ANSI American National Standards Institute
EnTech Australian entertainment technology trade exhibition
ESTA Entertainment Services and Technology Association
IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
NAMM National Association of Music Merchants
NSCA National Systems Contractors Association
SMPTE Society of Motion Picture & TV Engineers
SPARS Society of Professional Audio Recording Services
Syn Aud Con audio education resource.
Canadian Association for Sound Ecology
Forum fuer Klanglandschaft/ Forum pour le Paysage Sonore/ Soundscape Forum
Interspecies Communication Inc. (IC) .
The Nature Sounds Society.
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