Gary DeLeone was born in New Haven, CT where he spent his childhood as a guitarist and eventually attended the renowned Hartt School of Music at the University of Hartford. There he acquired his base of knowledge and skills in the technical aspects of audio engineering, while training as a classical guitarist and studying music history, theory, and composition. He graduated from Hartt in 2005 with a B.A. in Music Production & Technology, made the Deans list all 4 years in a row, and the Presidents Honors list for 3 semesters.
After graduating college Gary immediately began his career as an audio engineer by working at multiple recording studios in Connecticut, including Trod Nossel in Wallingford and The Tapeworks Inc. in Hartford. During that time he did voiceover recording, sound design, music implementation, mixing, and mastering for several projects such as Connecticut Lottery radio commercials, New Britain General Hospital radio commercials, various audio book series, and more. He was also the recording and mixing engineer on several projects in multiple genres including jazz, classical, hip-hop, rock, and, bluegrass. In addition to his studio career he also worked for The Mohegan Sun Casino doing live sound for major world acts like Tony Orlando, Roy Clark, Lee Greenwood, Cirque Dreams, Aaron Lewis of Staind, Carnie and Wendy Wilson, Colbie Caillat, and much more.
In 2008 he decided to pursue a career in film and television post production by moving to Los Angeles. That same year he began working for Westwind Media, a post production house in Burbank, CA where he is still currently employed today (in addition to bonzirecording!). In his past 8 years with Westwind he has worked on many major television series such as Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, How To Get Away With Murder, Nashville, The Affair, Fringe, The Flash, Criminal Minds, and more. He is currently the final sound effects mixing engineer on Grey’s Anatomy.
In his spare time Gary loves to write and record his own music, plays hockey, and loves video games.