Dai Griff



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"Music has the power to transport us to another time and place."

David loves to harness that power with a broad audience of fellow music lovers and passionate musicians alike. Ever since a young age, David has found great joy and satisfaction by being involved in the creative music process. Take a look at his website site to get to know more about Dai Griff Productions.

Past. Present. Future

David is passionate about music. From a young age David saw how music can be used to express many ideas and concepts through the writing process of a song to the recording and mixing of a song.  Seeing his father lead worship in church has been a major influence in David’s life and he believes there is more to life than ‘Just Living’ and desires to use his musical talents to celebrate life. David realised this passion when he went to Singapore in 2014, on tour with his father and understanding that there was a totally different world of people, culture and world of music available and all he needed to do was to peruse that dream. David is currently pursuing his passion for music by studying Music Technology at the University of Wales, Trinity St. David. Over the years David has learnt to play a variety of instruments his favourite being Drums, Bass, Guitar, Keyboard and so, he has started his own production company. Dai Griff Productions is a freelance audio engineering service and music production business.  The primary objective is to provide services ranging from the writing stage of a composition to the finishing mastering stage of a song. Dai Griff Productions aims to streamline the process of music production; reducing the number of individuals needed, the time is taken, and correspondingly, the financial implications.  To get the final product due to the product pipeline and the money that is spent on the people that a product must go through to get the final product. Also, from an artistic point of view, due to the structure of the standard product pipeline, a bit of the artist/writer’s original idea turns out to be completely different to what the artist intends which can be considered as an unwanted variable. Also, David always wanted to take on his own recording sessions and make available his skills and talents.