About Us

Tyton Sound is Audio Branding and Production.

Audio production is mostly self-explanatory. It includes recording, mixing, and processing of voiceovers and music, as well as audio mastering for video.

Audio branding goes much deeper. We take your existing brand and carry it over into the auditory realm, encompassing many things such as

  • Creating a brand voice.
  • Producing a custom jingle or audio logo for your advertising
  • Crafting a radio commercial that captures both the active and passive listener
  • Bringing a polished and consistent voice presence to your company’s phone automation and on-hold greetings

Branding is not limited to the visual realm. Let us help you to create your audio brand.


John Sanfilippo

John Sanfilippo’s work has been heard across the country and around the world.

John’s interest in sound began as a child playing radio with tape recorders and microphones. He would later go on to work as the producer for several Ontario radio stations. More recently John was employed by the Canadian Military where his public service announcements were broadcast in Afghanistan. These PSAs helped protect civilians and soldiers alike from many dangers such as improvised explosive devices, disease, and violence.

Tyton Sound was founded in 2012

In 2013 John conceived and co-produced the viral video ‘O Canada’ by The Singing Bridge. Within days of its release it received national recognition from the CBC, CTV, and the Globe and Mail.
John’s CBC radio interview

In 2016, he produced the documentary Wawahte which premiered to a sold out crowd at the Kingston Canadian Film Festival. Wawahte tells the story of Indian Residential Schools from the perspective of three of its survivors.


Tyton - ICONBarn-Owl (family tytonidae)
Owl Species/Company Figurehead

One of the two families of owls, the other being the Strigidae. They are medium to large sized owls with large heads and characteristic heart-shaped faces. They have long, strong legs with powerful talons. They live in a wide range of habitats from deserts to forests, and from temperate latitudes to the tropics.

Tytonidae are mostly nocturnal, and generally non-migratory, living in pairs or singly.