Gentry Avenue Productions channels industry skills and resources to produce and engineer a wide spectrum of audio projects. We record and mix studio sound using leading-edge technologies and classic analog and digital equipment in a contemporary custom designed facility.
Our studio chief, George Mahn, III, works side by side with clients to plan and manage demos, pre-production tracks, finished albums, post-concert multimedia stems transfer and mixing, visual soundtracks, and radio spots spanning pop, folk, prog rock, Brazilian jazz, neo-classical, world music, post-hardcore rock and other genres.
Creative consultation, turnkey music production and mastering options are also available in addition to assistance with publishing and copyright administration. We retain successful working relationships with a number of composers, arrangers, session musicians and studios, providing flexible hours, competitive fees and a talented, competent crew that is travel ready, whether working on location or in our resident venue.
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Vertical Leap formed in 2001 and officially released Sanctuary in 2002. G3 scored the feature movie The Promise in 2004 (premiere 2005) followed by the pilot film Matzuda in 2007. The artist finished a collection of instrumental pieces for A Passing Moment in 2009 and a series of original themes and scores set for the silver screen titled The Winter Palace in 2010. Music score for the short film Ribs was composed in 2012 and the multifaceted album Reflections appeared that same year. The Lotus feature film tapped G3 as a creative consultant in 2015 (available 2018).
Beginning in 2010, collaborations with various music creators segued into producing a wide range of client projects in the studio. Artists include: Boxcar, Briefcase Blues, Dangerfish, Double 7 Band ft. Black Valley, Cartoon Character Assassins, Emerald Khan, Frank Obregon, Hans York, Jay Gewertz & Friends, Jen Hajj, Mark Landson/Open Classical, Monkey Blood, Rachel LaViola, Robert Aberg, Roller, To Ancient Times, and more.
Additional studio work with bands and presenting two shows marked 2017, recording live audio along with post-production and mixing for the Rhythm Backn’ the Blues concert supporting the Dallas Police Department Honor Guard and Running Team, and producing the inaugural Bob Dance Texas Blues Festival benefiting homeless veterans of Dallas, which featured the Buddy Whittington Band and opening act Boxcar.
2018 continued studio work with bands all throughout the year and culminated once more with the Bob Dance Texas Blues Festival. The second annual show collected coats for homeless veterans of Dallas again, while also raising funds for the Dallas Police Department Honor Guard, The Jim Clark Trust, and DFW Rescue Me. Live audio recording and post-production captured great performances by Roller Trio, the Dylan Bishop Band, and Texas Flood.