the team.

Edible Audio Sound Studi

Edible Audio Sound Studios


Daniel received a scholarship to study performance, film scoring and music engineering at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he graduated Cum Laude in 2003. In 2002, Daniel was the 1st Runner Up in the American Mid-South Grammys Showcase hosted in Memphis, TN his home town. Founder of Edible Audio, specializing in music composition, production and performance as a guitarist in Kongo Elektro and DJ.  A recent highlight in his career was touring with the Janni Younge production of Firebird, where his compositions were performed by many of the top US orchestras including the Philadelphia Orchestra; Los Angeles Philharmonic in the Hollywood Bowl; and many others.



Mapumba iis a multi-genre artist, singer-songwriter, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist who blends traditional melodies and languages from the Democratic Republic of Congo with original compositions that deliver a rich, authentic African sound. Mapumba has shared the stage with Miriam Makeba, Oliver Mtukudzi, Salif Keita, P-Square, Thandiswa Mazwayi, and many more.

Alex is an accomplished musician and sound engineer and is the youthful backbone of Edible Audio, where he works as a producer and junior sound engineer. As a multi-instrumentalist, he studied Jazz guitar at UKZN, he then attended The SAE Institute in Cape Town, where he graduated summa cum laude in Sound Production. Alex also doubles as a local rock star performing with the band, Southern Wild, who are taking the SA rock scene by storm!