Perry Gentile

Perry Gentile

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R & B - Funk | Dana Point, Ca / Prospect, CT, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 622   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Credits include: "Winning Baseball" (instructional video) ; scoring pilots for Dream Works SKG-"7:08" and "Us Two" / Belle TV's Cable Network shows; QVC Radio Spot "Models Prefer" / music for Total Multimedia, Inc. During 1997 through 2000 Perry worked as an Asst. Sound EFX Editor on the "The Simpsons", "King of the Hill" and" The PJs" & " Dilbert" / film "Family Attraction" (Starring Chris Penn).
In 1999 Gil Melle' "Equatorial Man", "Gears" is featured in Gil's art show "The Millennium Box" / Music and Sound EFX for JAG Entnmt. "Live Auction Game Show" and the "Richie Rules Game Shows".
Film "Mac Authur Park" (featured at the Sundance Film Festival), "The Other Side Of Joy" / "The 7th Portal" Paramount Theme Park Ride / Disc Marketing "In Flight" Airline Services. Perry's solo project of World Fusion Music. "Silk Veil" won Runner Up in the 2001 John Lennon Song Writing Contest. Music for the Catholic Business Journal -w/Dick Lyles. & More....

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Rick Vaznis posted over 30 days ago to Perry Gentile

I had to add I'm doing some paper work here...I'm listening to your catalog and you my friend are so very impressive...absolute pleasure to listen your work!! "Diamond" is such a beautiful melody!! =)

Rick Vaznis posted over 30 days ago

Thanx Perry for stoppin' by and the kind words!! Wow...I gotta tell're work and resume is mighty impressive!! Nice!! Always love to see the gear behind the ear like in your photos...great stuff here!! Thanx for the connection and stay in touch!! =) JR

BR posted over 30 days ago

Hey Perry,

Thanks for your review. Your comments were right on the money! It was an fun little intro to the real track we cut a few years back, thought it might make an interesting instrumental. I should probably give it a real mix/clean up. Thanks!

P.S. I think we know some of the same people. In your bio it says you were doing sound design on Simpsons, King of the Hill, etc. That was at Sony right? Do you remember James and/or Wade?

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