Michael McMahon started Daddy Daughter Praise studio in 2008, as a father who desired to arrange and record music for his daughter, Moriah Gen, to sing and dance. This evolved – through encouragement from friends and some notoriety – into producing performance tracks for other artists, instrumentals for multi-media projects, and ambient, interpretive Worship music. D-D-Praz is all about fusing genres to create a trans-genre of Electronica – a “new sound” for today’s employment of music - the band that’s “not in a box.”
Michael’s training started at age 11 in classical piano, later teaching himself guitars and the Native flute. Throughout college he performed as a melodic percussionist, and dabbled in various cover bands on keyboard. After audio engineering training, his skills were applied in Sound Production for various graduate-level and professional performing arts programs. Moriah sings and casually studies piano and guitar. She applies an intuitive passion in arrangements and sound design on all D-D-Praz productions. Michael continues to research classical scores and compose, himself; and also plays keys and engineers sound for various local bands and events.