Darcy Davis has been the primary engineer for various recording projects at the Red House Recording Studio in Alice Springs as well as remote-aboriginal communities.
The Red House Recording studio was built by Darcy's father Bill Davis over a period of 10 years in the backyard of their family house in Old Eastside, Alice Springs. The walls of the studio are built from a combination rammed-earth and mudbricks (chosen for their excellent thermal and acoustic properties). Now over a decade since it's completion, the Red House has undergone various evolutions in the equipment and skillsets needed to pull a great sound from bands, songwriters and corporate work alike.
Darcy has also been the sound engineer/producer for projects such as UPK (Uwankara Palyanku Kanyintjaku - everybody creating and holding the future) a music compilation for health recorded on the APY (Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara) lands in the remote north west of South Australia for Nganampa Health Council