An East Tennessee native, David Davis spent years at Hollywood’s storied EastWest Studios perfecting his technical craft. At EastWest, Davis worked alongside generations of musical genius, from Quincy Jones to Rick Rubin to Frank Ocean.
Equipped with endless recording and mixing techniques learned over the years, Davis still breaks into the lo-fi, blending takes recorded through an iPhone mic or printed to a cassette recorder alongside the body of an otherwise pristine recording.
Inspired both by the metal concerts he’d sneak into as a child and by time spent touring throughout high school and college, Davis works to bridge the gap between experimentation and accessibility, all in pursuit of moments that break through the mix and capture the pure emotion of a song.
Davis was a credited mixer on the 2019 Grammy-Nominated Miguel album War & Leisure, adding to a growing list of credits that includes engineering on the 2018 Oscar-Winning song “Remember Me” from Disney’s Coco, The War on Drugs A Deeper Understanding, and Chris from Christine & The Queens.
Lately, he’s been producing and co-writing with artists like Ama, Penelope, Speelburg, Healy, and Lauren Ruth Ward.
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