Given birth to in 1946 in Longueuil, close to Montreal (Canada), Yves Daoust started taking part in the piano at a age. He started to create soundtracks in his teenagers for amateur stage productions. At age group 21 he was accepted in the Montreal Music Conservatory in piano. 2 yrs later he stop, turning to structure and learning with Gilles Tremblay. His finding of musique concrète in the first ’70s produced him recognize that he had currently done something comparable. He discovered the deals of film music and audio creation with Maurice Blackburn and Norman McLaren in the Country wide Film Table of Canada and spent 2 yrs in the GMEB in Bourges to total his initiation into electro-acoustics. In 1976 he worked well a couple of years for the NFB. His first proper tape music piece was finished in 1979, of which period he stop the Board to be among Quebec’s most significant composers and a promoter of electro-acoustic music. He co-founded the ACREQ (a link for electro-acoustic study) in 1978, presuming the responsibilities of chief executive for a decade. He shows electro-acoustic composition in the Quebec Music and Episode Conservatory. Daoust’s music details tape music, device and tape, live electro-acoustics, and instrumental film music. His dreamy textures and feeling from the narrative make up for the rather traditional plasticity of his sonic sculptures. His initial tape structure, “Quatuor,” was honored the Euphonie d’Or with the Bourges Celebration in 1993. An important teacher, Daoust still left his tag on many young Quebec composers such as for example Ned Bouhalassa and Daniel Leduc. His initial album, Anecdotes, premiered in 1991 on Empreintes DIGITALes. Another, Musique Naives, implemented in 1998, and another, Bruits, in 2001.