Cameron Fitzpatrick creates words and music. He’s a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the Recording & Production program at Appalachian State University, and has been shaping dialogue, narration and sound design for years. Cameron has mixed and edited TV audio for networks such as TLC, DIY and PBS. He’s experienced in podcasts, narration, and every type of voiceover imaginable.
Cameron writes and records his own music, and interned a few years back at the legendary Fidelitorium (Kernersville, NC) with Mitch Easter. As a member of the progressive rock band Kindler, he’s been able to tie it all up in a great package: video (The Basement Tapes), audio (the EP Afterglow), and performance (bass, vocals). While recording with Kindler at the Fidelitorium, Cameron engineered and performed on the full-length album Cosmic Revelations.
Cameron loves sci fi movies, books (big Ray Bradbury fan), and comic books (especially Jonathan Hickman). He’s currently working on re-scoring Nosferatu, the classic Murnau film, as he breaks into film scoring. At SoundTrax, you can trust Cameron to bring his diverse experience to your session and make sure you’re happy. Because he’s got one extra skill: He listens. To the voice talent, to the mix, and, most importantly, to you.