ReAmp Studios is located in Southern California and covers over 2,000 square feet. It is home to both state-of-the-art digital and vintage gear, including a rare and coveted Amek APC 1000 console that has been used to record Platinum award-winning artists such as Chamillionaire and Bone Thugs-n-Harmony.
Whether you’re looking to track scratch demos or high-quality masters, ReAmp is your studio destination. At our Tustin location, we work with all genres and can accommodate most budgets.
Sharifa Dickenson and Bobby Dorsainvil, Local entrepreneurs made the decision to service artists out of their passion for music, family and desire to create.
With strong entrepreneurial and musical backgrounds, Dorsainvil worked for many years in music production and Dickenson spent many years as a professional video producer in New York. They also take pride in their ethnic background, being Haitian and Barbadian/Bajan, keeping the pulse of Caribbean rooted music pulsing through their blood. While ReAmp is known for and proud to work with all genres of music, they are excited to bring popular Caribbean genres such as Soca, Reggae, Dance Hall and Kompa to life in the studio.
Our experienced studio team is composed of producers, award-winning singers, songwriters, and engineers. We are dedicated to nurturing the local music scene and providing the highest quality services available, including recording, mixing, mastering, and music education workshops. Everyone on our team is insanely passionate about music, and our clients thrive on our energy, creativity, and integrity.
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Tyler Wirtz is a Recording Engineer, Producer, and Songwriter. In past years he has worked with a variety of genres including heavy metal, rap, electronic, and more. He has had the opportunity to work with artists like Fetty Wap, Bryan Lanning, and Keith Semple from The Voice, as well as many local artists and bands including VIDA, Morgan Leigh Band, My Mechanical Heart, and Against The Ordinary.
Aside from engineering in the studio, Tyler also has a passion for creativity and has produced his own projects and taken part in collaborations including Strong Suits and Semi Civil. He always striving to write new music and learn something new along the way.
Tyler is a graduate from Full Sail University in Orlando Florida with a BA in Recording Arts, and is certified by Avid in Pro Tools HD systems. Being influenced by a wide variety of genres gives him the ability to incorporate many different sounds into his productions.
Daniel “DJ” De Neve is a Singer/Songwriter and Creative Producer at ReAmp Studios. He started music as a child and has since adapted a passion to help others like him chase after their musical dreams and use their talents to the fullest. DJ has helped write and produce lyrics and music for many artists of varying genres, such as VIDA, Brianne Costa, Dillon Brown, Sidney Bowen, Dominique Stewart, Merleau, My Mechanical Heart, and The FIIX.
Though his usual agenda is to help create and put together songs with or for artists, he is also savvy in teaching. He teaches a number of people how to find themselves as artists and understand what they want musically, as well as how to practice and become the best at what they’re talented at, whether that be in their voice or another specific instrument.
While DJ particularly specializes in helping and teaching the younger generations of artists and musicians, he is the perfect fit for anyone of any age that wants to start learning the songwriting process. He has worked with students coming from Pre-K to middle school and has written songs with Producer, Daniel Martin that have been pitched to SONY/ATV, Warner Brothers and Capitol Records for consideration. DJ first gained his desire to help teach when he was offered a job at Kumon as a tutor during his high school years. During that time, he assisted Stefani Rose in writing and composing songs for an original VBS. DJ is constantly growing as an artist himself, and strives to pass on all of his knowledge and expertise to those who need it.