I'm a Session Vocalist and Producer, having recorded for artists like Kanye West and Robert Glasper. I have top of the line gear and own a studio in LA, making me always available for work with a quick turnaround. I sing in both English and Spanish. I can cover multiple genres to a professional standard and would love to help make your record pop!
I spent 2019 as a singer in Kanye West’s Sunday Service, as well as recording in the studio on Jesus is King, Jesus is Born and other unreleased content. Before working for Kanye, I shared the stage with Gladys Knight, Little Big Town and Stevie Wonder, and am known around the industry as a formidable vocalist for television and general market records. As a bilingual singer of Puerto Rican parentage, I have been able to showcase my vocals in both English and Spanish for networks like, Dreamworks, Nickelodeon, Netflix, FOX, National Geographic, and have opened for Latin and general market acts like Hunter Hayes, Coastcity and Alvaro Diaz. My contributions to recordings have amassed over 150 million streams on Spotify.
On top of being a vocalist, I am also a vocal producer, vocal tuner, and mixer. I always make sure to send audio stems back in a concise and professional manner. Drag and drop baby! I love contributing to others' projects!
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Interview with Daniel Davila
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I'm always open to whatever the artist wants. Usually, I'll contribute background vocals or add lead vocals into tracks that have already been written. I professionally work on all stages of vocal production, from the recording, to the final mix, and am able to weave between them depending on the persons needs.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I own a studio in Beverly Hills with the best of the best gear for audio recording. I have a Manley Cardioid Reference Microphone, a UA 6176 preamp compressor combo, Apogee Ensemble thunderbolt interface, a LA Vocal Booths 4x4 Isolation booth, and every post production vocal plug in that is used in the industry today.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Every record is different. "References" are helpful, but not vital if it means that the intention of the song is missed. Always make sure to sit back in your seat and ask yourself if the original inception of the idea has been brought into the production. There will always be MORE to do, and this skill is great for identifying the finishing moments of a song.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: On top of being a Session singer, I also produce records for a living, so I have professional insights on what the record needs as a whole, and how a vocal can help get it to the finish line.