VO.X (derives from "vox clamantis in deserto" in Latin and the phrase "volume X" implying endless ongoing work) - one of music producer Aram Rián's award-winning major music projects. Previously known as a duo-band project represented by Rián and singer-songwriter Gaya, then as Aram Rián's solo project and subsequently as a duo-collaboration comprising Rián and music producer May. Originally launched by singer-songwriter and guitarist Igor Siletsky in the 1990s. Initiated as a contemporary gospel music project, VO.X (featuring Rián and Gaya) was twice selected as the Best British Act in the category of Contemporary Gospel Music within the framework of British Gospel Music Awards 2003 and 2004 in the United Kingdom (the winning songs being "No Matter" and "Gone with the Wind"). By 2006, VO.X started to produce multi-genre original songs, while maintaining the contemporary British pop sound at the core of the project's style. In 2012, VO.X went solo, stopped performing live and functioned as a studio collaborative project represented by Aram Rián. That same year, Rián's song "Off the Beaten Path" became an International Songwriting Competition (USA) winner in the category of Best Music Video. In 2016, Aram Rián became known as a lucky music producer who caught Sir Paul McCartney's attention during the June 2 concert in Madrid (Spain). The legendary Beatle (whose music had immensely influenced Rián's songwriting and musical taste) personally accepted a gift pack from Rián, containing the music producer's album "From Rián to McCartney". The autumn of 2017 saw VO.X go back to the duo format (Rián & May): in collaboration with a talented female music producer May, Rián released a new VO.X album, "One-Way Ride" on November 14th 2017. The album featured elements of electropop, indiepop and chillout. One of the album songs, "When The Worlds Collide", became an International Songwriting Competition (USA) winner in 2017.