Becket’s history with SoundTrax goes back many years. Upon moving to Chapel Hill in the aughts she happily discovered SoundTrax and has worked as a voice talent with the studio ever since. A few years back she was hired by Tom Guild as a Project Manager. Upon Tom’s retirement in early 2021 she and Cameron bought the place, keeping it in the family (so to speak). Read More.
Cameron Fitzpatrick creates both 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. Read More.
Kyle’s love of music and audio began when his grandfather gifted him his first guitar at the age of 12. A recent addition to Raleigh, Kyle and his wife moved from Los Angeles where Kyle Graduated summa cum laude from Los Angeles Valley College with a degree in commercial music and a certificate in jazz studies, music technology, and audio production, all while performing the head engineer duties for the entire music department. Read More.
Consultant/Voice Talent/Owner Emeritus
Perry Cheatham wasn’t around when SoundTrax first opened its doors, but he might as well have been. He’s been part of the SoundTrax family for over 35 years, and as Chief Engineer for 27 of those years, Perry’s heart and soul live in every corner of the building. Read More.
Don Stone (1944-2018)