Eugene Martynec is a Canadian musician, composer and record producer. He first came to prominence as a guitarist in Toronto group Bobby Kris & The Imperials in August 1965. He left the group in May 1967 to form Kensington Market with singer/songwriter Keith McKie, bass player Alex Darou and drummer Jimmy Watson.
Martynec has performed, composed or recorded with pop groups, pit orchestras, and created music for visual media and live theatre. He studied electronic music, composition and orchestration with Samuel Dolin at The Royal Conservatory of Music where he received two scholarships to study electronic music and composition (1970–1975).
He has been awarded Canada Council for the Arts and Toronto Arts Council grants for music composition. He taught signal processing, principals of digital audio, Midi, studio production, synthesis, and studio orchestration at the Harris and Trebas institutes in Toronto.
His current interest is in improvised new music, performing and composing live interactive electro-acoustic music using alternate controllers and interactive music software.