ReAmp Studios opened Studio G on October 6, 2014, in Tustin, California. Complementing ReAmp’s existing Studio X facility in Anaheim, California, Studio G provides a professional environment complete with top-of-the-line recording equipment and outboard gear tailored for the most discerning artists and musicians of all genres.
ReAmp Studios offers a variety of premium services at accessible rates, including recording, mixing, mastering, audio post production, and music education workshops. Studio G is home to an extremely rare Amek APC 1000 console, which was privately owned by Producer Krayzie Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and was used to produce the hit single “Ridin’ Dirty” by Chamillionaire. Studio X in Anaheim is ReAmp’s first location and continues to be a go-to solution for those seeking a smaller, D.I.Y. studio alternative.
ReAmp will host an invite-only Grand Opening party for friends, family, artists, and press on October 18, 2014 at Studio G. Guests will be able to meet the production staff, ReAmp founders, and see live performances from actress/musician Kerris Dorsey, Brandon Moreno, The Fiix and more. Food and drinks will be provided. The event starts at 4pm for press and 5pm for all others.
“We are so excited to be able to share our new Tustin location with the public. From the moment you walk into the studio you can feel the creativity, the ambiance takes you back to a time when being in the recording studio was a more then sitting in front of a computer and a mic. There really is no other place else like it in Orange County.” – Stefani Rose / Founder
ReAmp Studio G is located at 15411 Red Hill Avenue, Suite G, Tustin, CA 92780
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