Studios, one of the industry's top recording studios
located in New York City, the Avatar Studios Presents
podcasts feature great jazz and interviews of jazz artists by
the people who recorded the music. The aim of the show is to help
introduce music that may not be widely known or heard, but of
great quality. The intent was also to present a show that was
professionally produced with superb audio quality.
known as The Power Station, the studio is a multi-room facility
built in 1977 and is known primarily for jazz and rock. Over 400
Gold and Platinum albums have been recorded at the studio. Recent
artists who recorded here include Norah Jones, Diana Krall, Eric
Clapton, John Scofield, Brad Mehldau, Chris Botti, Joe Lovano,
Maria Schneider, Hank Jones, Peter Cincotti and countless others.
moved to New York in 1997 with a dream in his head and some money
in his pocket. After the money ran out, Wade had another dream
in his head; getting that money back by using his speaking voice.
Wade’s first break came when he spoke the tagline for David Gray’s
“White Ladder” in a national TV spot. Besides being the voice
of Avatar Studios as well as the host of “Avatar Studios Presents,”
he has spoken for The Sports Emmy Awards, the Voice of God for
the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and various other regional TV spots.
He is available for your voice over needs.
"Avatar Studios Presents"
Producer: Kirk Imamura
Hendrickson (Shows 1, 2, 4, 6-22), Randy Merrill (3, 5), Chad
Lupo (11), Justin Gerrish (14), Aki Nishimura (15, 16), Tom Beyer
(17,18), Brian Chasalow (17,18), Rick Kwan (21)