If you’ve been looking for the best recording studio in Las Vegas, you’d be hard pressed to do better than the team here at The Omnitone. Other mixing studios simply can’t offer the level of experience that our team brings to the table. Take a look at our experience and then contact us today to set up a time to record!
Anyone who has worked in a Nevada recording studio with Darren Sher is immediately struck by his dedication, commitment to his craft and by his attention to detail doing what it takes to get it “just right.” Darren has all the skills you would look for in a great music producer- phenomenal talent, a raw passion for music, a great ear, amazing technical skill, and an unflappable work ethic. At a very young age, Darren took to the piano. By the age of 10 he came to be regarded as a protégé at his craft. This potential was soon recognized, encouraged and nurtured by some of the biggest names in the recording industry. Jonathan Cain of “Journey,” Gordon Bahari (Stevie Wonder - Songs In The Key of Life), and Matt Martone (3 Doors Down) are but a few who played significant roles as mentors or in co-creative projects as Darren made the transition from musician to super producer. Today Darren has come to be regarded as the “go to guy” in Las Vegas for musicians, singers and songwriters who have arrived at the point where they are ready to make pro-quality studio recordings. Darren has been instrumental in the development of many new and emerging artists as well as those with numerous credits for charting singles and albums worldwide. Recently Darren had songs that charted on Billboard writing and producing with artists Rosalee and Snoop Dogg. He has also engineered produced and/or written songs for nationally televised programs, film and TV sound tracks and for live production shows. Probably his proudest accomplishment is the growing list of artists who, once having worked with Darren at his Omnitone Nevada music studio, would not consider recording with anyone else at the controls! Darren is a key member of our music production team. If you're looking for the best music producer in the best recording studio in Las Vegas, look no further! Darren brings all of this experience, expertise and a heartfelt passion to every project he is associated with.
Jeff Juliano is a world-renowned mixer who began his career engineering and mixing in various recording studios from New York to Los Angeles. Jeff’s work has collectively sold over 30 million albums worldwide. His select discography includes: Dan + Shay, Hunter Hayes, Snoop Dogg, Chris Janson, Jacob Whitesides, PVRIS, Train, John Mayer, Jason Mraz, O.A.R., Phillip Phillips, Lifehouse, Shinedown, Steven Lee Olsen, Oh Honey, Shawn Mendes, All Time Low, Paramore, Dave Matthews Band, New Medicine, Twenty One Pilots, Boyce Avenue, Brassfield Aly, Graham Colton, We The Kings, Lovedrug, Honor By August, Steve Moaker, Miley Cyrus, Bruce Hornsby, Brennin Hunt, Paul Pfau, Rosalee, Josh Kelley, James Blunt, Bret Michaels, Mindy McCready, Twilight Soundtrack, Elvis Presley, Rachael Yamagata, and many more. Jeff was introduced to Darren Sher back in 2006 when he was hired to mix for one of Darren's artists. Since that time, Darren and Jeff have teamed up to establish themselves as a great collaborative duo creating countless releases worldwide. A key member of the team at our Las Vegas recording studio, Jeff is a mixing expert who can help to make sure your song sounds incredible!
Steve Skinner comes from the Boston area, but has lived in the New York City area since 1975. He has been a session keyboard player, arranger, producer, and writer of pop music, jazz, TV music and commercials. Steve worked for many years with renowned producer Arif Mardin, programming, arranging and playing on many of Mr. Mardin’s productions. He has also worked with Desmond Child, Ric Wake, Keith Diamond, and Steve Lunt. He has worked as an arranger/programmer for Bette Midler, Jewel, Celine Dion, R Kelly, Taylor Dayne, Diana Ross, Luther Vandross, The Bee Gees, Judy Collins, Patti LaBelle, Freddie Jackson, Manhattan Transfer, Spyro Gyra, Special EFX, Lionel Hampton, and Chaka Khan. He arranged the musical Rent and co-produced the cast album. He has also produced Jewel, Michael Londra, Ari Gold, Martha Wash, 3rd Party, Southside Johnny, Diana Ross, and the cast album of Shout! The Mod Musical. He has written over a thousand pieces of music for television and movies, and has composed music for Akon, Third Party, Martha Wash, Southside Johnny, and Michael Londra. He has been a frequent contributor to Electronic Musician Magazine. He currently lives and works in Montclair, NJ, just 12 miles west of Manhattan.
“In need of a new female singer/songwriter?” asked Billboard in a review of the songwriting on Jennifer Marks’ self-titled CD (Bardic Records, 2004). “How about one that creates catchy, well-crafted pop songs? Do yourself a favor and snag yourself a copy of this hook-laden delight,” concluded the report. Praise for Marks’ ability to transform every-day situations into contagious, clever, sing-alongs has been recognized by teen magazine YM: “Jennifer writes what many girls think, but are afraid to say,” said YM. “Her fun, irreverent, anthems are the perfect soundtrack to any girl’s life.” CMJ New Music Monthly remarks on her darker side: “Singer/songwriter Jennifer Marks bears a musical resemblance to Aimee Mann, though Marks’ style is slightly edgier” says CMJ Music Monthly. Her lyrics are always poignant and engaging… “and her arrangements are equally gorgeous and entrancing.” The versatile Long Island, NY native has done more than collect headlines with her sounds. Marks’ has created a songwriting career for herself out of her own resources and on her own terms. She signed her first publishing deal with Windswept Pacific and eventually went at it alone releasing three CDs, Pizza, My Name’s Not Red, and It Turned Me On, before testing the waters as a national touring artist supporting her last CD, Jennifer Marks on the roster of indie startup label Bardic Records (a Sony subsidiary). The album’s single “Live” hit R&R Hot AC radio charts and Marks toured across the United States building a sizable cult audience along the way. When her good-natured melodies caught the ears of pop icon Cyndi Lauper she was offered the opening slot on Lauper’s At Last tour. Lauper quickly took increased interest in Marks’ ability and the two began collaborating together. Marks’ also actively markets her songs commercially. While Starbucks licensed the song “Really Something” to play in their stores nationally, Mattel also featured “Live” in their Barbie doll DVD titled “Masquerade Madness.” And “Live” was also selected by Music Supervisors at DreamWorks for inclusion in the trailer for the movie The Terminal starring Tom Hanks. Music Connection Magazine sums Marks up well: “Her songs are catchy, yet, these infectious tunes stand apart from many in the mainstream in that she writes her own lyrics, and they are actually intelligent.”