|FRANK D. WRIGHT|
|WARREN G||STEVE DANG|
Frank received his Master of Arts degree under the direction of Jack Cecchini at the Chicago Conservatory of Music. He took his training and degree in Classical Guitar, keyboards, trumpet, and vocals.
Frank has worked and preformed with such greats as Sonny & Cher, Chicago, American Breed and Kansas. Since achieving an audio and video engineering degree from SMI, He turned his focus towards producing and engineering, working with major record labels such as ABC Records (Brian Ingoldsby President), A&M Records, Geffen, Interscope, Cherokee Records, Filmways-Hyder, WEA (Warner/Elektra/Atlantic), Warner Bros
Some of his favorite musical accomplishments have been with David Foster (St. Elmo’s Fire), George Martin (Producer EMI) Michael Frankovich Jr.(Producer of Purple Rain), Morris Diamond, Phil Spector (Music Record Producer & Songwriter), Robert John Mutt” Lange (AC/DC), Bob Pittman/Mitch Michaels (MTV / WKQX Hometown Album) Michael Crawford (Phantom of the Opera), Rick Wakeman (Yes), Dick Dale, Tom Petty, and Hootie and the Blowfish. Also, Frank has written and produced music soundtracks for motion pictures such as Death Fear, Fire Storm, Wrong Dude, Peter Principal Project!. For project info, call 949-855-0211 and ask for Nathan Wright
Warren Griffin III
(born November 10, 1970), better known by his stage name, Warren G, is an American west coast rapper and hip hop producer. He is best known for his debut 1994 single, “Regulate“, which reached number 2 in the U.S. and charted worldwide. Warren G grew up in Long Beach, California listening to his parents’ collection of jazz, funk, and soul, nurturing a deep love for music. In 1990, he formed the group 213, named after the Long Beach area code, with his friends Nate Dogg and Snoop Dogg. (The area code in Long Beach, California was later changed to 562). While practicing with 213, and working a full-time job, the young Warren used all his free time creating his own sound and aspired to make it big. The trio 213 dissolved when two of its members signed with Death Row Records. In 2009, he released his sixth studio album titled The G Files. After the death of Nate Dogg in March 2011, Warren G released the song “This Is Dedicated Too You” to honor his childhood friend and close musical collaborator. The song received positive reviews and continues to perform well. To honor Nate Dogg’s life and work, all proceeds from the sale of this song went directly to Nate Dogg’s mother, family, and charity organization. Although deeply affected by Nate Dogg’s death Warren G has carried on as a solo artist, working on multiple projects, and he has made multiple public appearances to promote various charities and musical venues. Overall, Warren G has sold eight to ten million records. From June to September 2013, Warren G accompanied Baby Bash, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, DJ Quik, E-40, Mack 10, Suga Free, Tha Dogg Pound, and others on the West Coast Fest tour. For project info, call 949-855-0211 and ask for Nathan Wright
ENGINEER/ MUSIC PRODUCER
Mister Qtastic is a music producer, artist, songwriter, and pro-tools engineer. He has worked with numerous artists such as Warren G,Cornelius Mims,Ronnie King,Daz Dillenger,K9,Frank D Wright,Latoya Williams,and many more. He has made numerous tracks for artist such as Sayne,Ben Frank,Cirious and Deelux,Aliso Black,Kabo,Street Lotto,Big Oz,Inferred,I&I,Justic. Just to name a few. He has been making beats and recording Artists for over 10 years and a Plus being a certified pro-tools engineer. He uses top quality equipment like Avid/Digidesign’s Hd pro-tools system complete with plugins. Three different Avalon pre amps starting with the Vt 737sp, the AD 2022, And the U5. Plus a Universal Audio 6176 Class a Pre Amp. And it all sounds good on a Neumann U87 classic Tube microphone. He also makes beats with Akai’s Flagship Mpc 5000, Yamaha motif xF and all up to date 8.0 pro-tools software complete with plugins and soft-synths.
Email MisterQtastic@gmail.com or call now 949-855-0211 and ask for Nathan Wright.
Steve Dang Bio
Steve Dang is a music producer, beat maker and composer from Orange County, California. He has composed music for American Idol, UFC, So You Think You Can Dance, Oprah, Dateline and Chris Rock. Artist clients include Baby Bash, Warren G, Shady Records, Curtis Young and the Kottonmouth Kings. Steve Dang performed in his college orchestra at UC Irvine for 4 years and his interests were quickly redirected to digital music production. His career began by dishing out hip-hop bangers to the local music scene but he quickly expanded his musical repertoire to pop, rock, dance, dub step and r&b. Steve Dang’s approach to new music is progressive, innovative and open-minded. You may listen to Steve Dang’s expanded catalog here: