The principals of ReAmp Studios
Tustin, CA (October 14, 2015)—ReAmp Studios is celebrating the first anniversary of its flagship studio in Tustin with the announcement of expanded service offerings and a new joint-venture with Tustin’s School of Rock.
The joint venture with School of Rock will allow Orange County students to have access to otherwise hard-to-reach recording technology, engineers and producers to further their enrichment and develop their passion or potential career in music. As a nationwide brand, School of Rock has been providing students music education and live performing opportunities for years. This joint-venture with ReAmp Studios provides students with a chance to learn music production skills and have their music produced by experienced industry professionals.
ReAmp opened its latest studio, Studio G, in early October of 2014. The studio has produced multiple records over the past months, including recent projects for hip-hop artist Fetty Wap feat. Remy Boyz, local southern rock favorites Poor Man’s Change, Latin sensation VIDA and for notable up-and-coming R&B artist Dominique Stewart. ReAmp founders Stefani Rose and Daniel Martin have also been getting creatively involved with Washington D.C. foundation based The Musicianship, UNICEF and the Texaco Country Music Showdown.
ReAmp has also been expanding its gear selections which includes an Amek APC 1000 recording console, guitars, microphones, rare pedals and a recently secured 1929 Webber baby grand.
“It’s been an exciting year here at ReAmp and we are constantly inspired by the amazing artists and students we are privileged to meet and work with,” says Rose. “Whether you are a platinum recording artist like Fetty Wap or just starting your musical journey, there is a place for you here at our studio.”