Adam Christopher Fox
Adam Fox, an award winning voiceover talent, recorded his first commercial voice over at the age of seven for a political campaign and has been recording and producing audio masterpieces ever since.
Bit early on by the acting bug he grew up in the theater beginning his acting lessons also at the age of seven and was classically trained in both theater, covering acting and direction, and in dance with a heavy background in Traditional Russian Ballet and Jazz. Adam spent his formative years keeping busy with acting, dance training and audio/video production, learning to cut and edit audio and video tape in the 70’s and early 80’s, prior to the onset and popularity of digital media today.
As his career grew in production and performance, Adam moved into music, his other passion having started piano at the age of 5, and began performing and recording with bands and lending himself out as a session player to local artists in San Diego. While doing so, he was gaining experience in various recording studios and staying current with the development of new recording technologies and developing his experience as a producer.
Adam’s father, also an audiophile, had a recording studio in the house, and soon Adam was producing and recording his own compositions and band projects he was involved with. In 1998, Adam was selected as one of 8 guitar players in the world to be part of an instrumental 7 string guitar Steve Vai tribute CD, which he wrote, produced, recorded, mixed and mastered from his own home studio, while working on his first CD as a solo artist apart from the several Band CD’s he had already recorded.
Adam's production expertise for new media applications such as podcasting generates unique audio experiences for clients who want to reach their audiences in a new and innovative way. In addition to being a genuine voice actor and podcaster himself, Adam's passion is firmly rooted in helping others to get their messages out, crafting client projects while promoting their business ventures and achieving successful results.
He currently produces a wide variety of commercial projects, translation and transcription services as well as a host of new media applications including a weekly podcast for Lizz Winstead, Co - Creator of the Daily Show.
In 1983, after many years as a musician and studio engineer, Bob Oakman embarked on his first adventure in the voice over industry with a gig at WCDK (K100) as production director and on‐air talent. In the years following Bob honed his skills at WUSZ (USA Radio), KRZQ Reno, and KKBQ (93Q Houston).
In 1995 Bob was hired by the legendary concert promotion icon, Bill Young. For the next 7 years Bob carved out a name for himself in the concert touring and motor events advertising industry, eventually becoming the busiest voice and audio production talent on staff. In 2003 Bob left Bill Young Productions and opened his own studio in Nashville, providing audio, video and print for advertising in the entertainment industry. His untraditional approach to audio and video assembly, and his energetic attitude with copy‐writing and identity creation quickly made him a sought after commodity in the music industry. His client list reads like the who’s who of super‐stardom.
Pirate Studio is the result of years of operating outside the traditional. Breaking the laws of physics in the aural and visual realm is “the norm” at Pirate Post Studio. Bob’s distain for the boring and traditional doesn’t prevent him from living in the traditional world of advertising. It just arms him with the skills to fly higher when needed. Quote: “Them what be aware of the tyranny behind the law be the same as them what must be Pirates to be free men”. I embrace the Pirates of old, not because I condone their deeds or wish to smell like a barnacle encrusted rum pot. Rather, I embrace their courage to choose freedom in spite of the political winds, and their ability to live in their own structured society without the tutelage of traditional politics.