TenDJiz (pronounced: ten-jeez) is a Miami-based producer and sound engineer with 10 years of Pro Tools experience, member of the Audio Engineering Society. He received classical music education. TenDJiz plays piano, guitar and bass guitar.
Since 10/10/2010 he has been working in Miami at his own TenDJiz Miami Studio (Tengiz Rec LLC).
TenDJiz produced and mixed the Soulviet Trilogy which consists of 3 albums: De La Soulviet, Q-Tipokratiya and CommoNasm that were created by blending acapellas of American hip-hop artists (De La Soul, Q-Tip, Common and Nas) with instrumentals composed from Soviet Soul and Jazz samples.
The albums from the Soulviet Trilogy received positive feedbacks from critics and were featured in The Los Angeles Times, The Miami New Times, Guardian Music, HipHopDX, and more. Also they were noted by the music industry's influential people such as: Common (hip-hop artist and actor, 2-time Grammy winner), Roslynn Cobarrubias (Senior Director of Urban Marketing at MySpace Music), Jerry L. Barrow (editor-in-chief of Scratch Magazine), to name a few.
CommoNasm "Geto Heaven Can" (Prod. TenDJiz)
As a sound engineer, for the last 3 years TenDJiz has mixed and mastered over 1000 songs. (for Online Mixing and Mastering Service click here) Some of his notable clients include two-time Grammy winner Federico Britos, Emmy winner Jorge Heilpern, Rapper Big Pooh (Little Brother rap group), Dynas (has worked with DJ Jazzy Jeff, 9th Wonder), Anjuli Stars (songwriter for Pitbull), Skam2 (has collaborated with Eminem and Talib Kweli), Killah Priest (Wu-Tang clan associate).
Rapper Big Pooh, Donny Goines & Raven Sorvino “Don’t Say Goodbye” (Mixed by TenDJiz)
TenDJiz moved to Miami from Russia where he worked at state-of-the-art recording studio Mixmedia (48-channel mixer console Neve V3, Pro Tools HD, Genelec monitors) and produced/mixed music for Sprite and Pepsi commercials and MTV award winning Hip-Hop artists.