Adam Fulton has been a music producer/engineer, composer and sound designer for film and games, and a professional educator for over 12 years. His career began to take shape after graduating Cum Laude from the Trebas Institute in Toronto and winning the Sennheiser International Scholarship to attend the prestigious Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA). His career began engineering sessions with major label artists such as Paul McCartney, Raissa and Canadian hitmaker Raghav. After also working as a sound editor at the BBC in London, he became the head engineer and manager of the very busy Post City Productions in his native city Toronto. He engineered and produced music and voice sessions for countless major advertising clients, as well as engineering sessions with BMG label artists such as Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Terry Clarke and Mark McGuinn.
Upon relocating to Vancouver and completing contracts with Mainframe Entertainment and game development giant Radical Entertainment, Adam formed Audiosyncrasies Music and Sound, a full-service post-production company that provides original music composition, sound design and re-recording for any media project. Since then he has composed music or provided sound design and mixing for many projects including Warner Bros (Jonah Hex: the Motion Comic, Batman Black and White, I Am Legend: Awakenings, Inception: The Cobol Job, Red Riding Hood), Universal (Hellboy II: The Golden Army), Disney, 20th Century Fox (Broken Saints), as well as shows for TSN, CBC, OLN, Out TV and more.
Adam currently produces independent artists and classical ensembles, composes music for animation and film, and is a contributing sound designer for Microsoft’s best-selling Halo franchise.