Emotions are like crystals: Not a single one is exactly the same.

    When communicating these sentiments in your campaign, a cookie-cutter piece of score will never do them justice. Spheres: Lucid delves deep into the prolific world of modern classical to create one-of-a-kind melodies your audience can cling to.

    You will find each of these 11 tracks to be a truly unique experience, conveying the full spectrum of emotions that your campaign requires.

    Above a selection of 4 pieces by composers Dan Diaz, William Hunt, Scott Miller, & Martyn Corbet.

    Be not jaded, but rather stand inspired and fill your ears with Spheres: Lucid, and a grateful heart will blissfully follow. Available now for licensing, impassioned pieces from The Hit House composers


    Luc Besson’s singular scifi saga “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets”, trailer features The Hit House’s music!

    Famed Director Luc Besson’s newest movie, Valerian and the City of A Thousand Planets, dropped its official trailer. Create Advertising and Heather Kreamer needed iconic music to underscore the dreamlike wonder of Besson’s incredible action sequences in a surreal world of outer space fantasy. The Hit House’s composer Scott Miller responded with a reimagined music sequence to the lyrics of The Beatles’s haunting song, “Because.” Chad J. Hughes, contributed his sound design talents as well, by creating some of the elements used in the trailer.

    Based on the classic graphic novel series, Valerian (Dane DeHaan) and Laureline (Cara Delevingne) are special operatives for the government of the human territories. They are charged with maintaining order throughout the universe. Valerian wants more than a professional relationship with his partner Laureline, and with romantic fervor he shamelessly chases after her. She however continuously denies his advances, due to his questionable romantic past and her traditional values. When their Commander (Clive Owen) issues a new directive, the odd couple set-off on a mission to the incredible intergalactic city of Alpha. A constantly growing metropolis, it is made up of seventeen million citizens who unite their talents, technology and resources for the benefit of all. However, all is not well though in this seeming paradise of progress, as dark forces are at work, placing all races in mortal peril.

    Besson’s vision as writer and director manifests itself in a trailer that teases the epic scale of his forthcoming pièce de résistance of his already monumental oeuvre. What better way to add the perfect music, than from the giant of another industry, namely The Beatles? Said Scott Miller on composing the piece, “To get to play around with the greatness of The Beatles’ track is most musician’s dream, so when this came along there was lots of excitement. As I say this I still haven’t seen the trailer so there is even more excitement brewing up in me right now!!!!” On his sound design contributions, Chad Hughes stated, “It’s an honor providing sound design for the Valerian trailer, and being part of such an epic and visually stunning film.”

    Valerian hits theaters next July 21. There is only one place The Hit House will be on that date, watching this enthralling journey to another world… After, of course, having put in a hard day’s work on trailer music for your next movie trailer. Right?


    The Hit House’s newest album, “Funny Bone X” scores the LOLs in Dana Carvey’s new Netflix Comedy Special.

    After barely a week out, The Hit House’s newest comedic music album, “The Funny Bone Collection – Volume X: Double Digits, Single Brain Cell,” scored a placement in Netflix’s trailer for Dana Carvey’s new comedy special. Composed by Salme Dahlstrom, the piece “Toddrick Turing” plays throughout Carvey’s trailer for “Straight White Male, 60.”

    Out on Netflix on November 4, comedy legend Carvey unabashedly tackles topics ranging from the joys of aging and politics to millenials’ photos and religion. Additionally, as he showed in a host of appearances from Jimmy Fallon to Howard Stern and SNL, his knack for impressions of the famous and infamous of our time has not left his repertoire.

    Side-splitting hilarity is now available from Dana Carvey on Netflix. And of course, The Hit House, has his and your back for any comedic music you request.


    Before Harry Potter, there was another world of magic with Eddie Redmayne.

    The Hit House composers Scott Miller and William Hunt had just the right potion to ease the need for music in this Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, featurette. “Viserion” plays from 2:08-3:08 as the magical J.K. Rowling, Eddie Redmayne, and Colin Farrell explain the basis of the newest film based on Rowling’s 2001 novel.

    In 1926 New York, Newt Scamander, played by Eddie Redmayne, has just arrived. What was meant to be a short layover becomes a potential catastrophe as magical creatures are accidentally released, leading to chaos erupting between the No-Maj or Muggle world and that of the world of wizards and magic.

    How will normal civilians react when confronted with the startling reality that magic is real? Well, The Hit House already found out as it’s a magical thing to have one’s music accompany the great J.K. Rowling’s own words. Find out for yourself and find the beasts in theaters on November 18.


    Forza Motorsport 6 Turn 10 Summer Car Pack cranked up its torque with The Hit House’s song, “Radium.”

    When stunning cars piloted by legendary racers like, John Surtees’ Ferrari F-158 F1, A.J. Foyt’s Watson #1 Sheraton-Thompson Special Roadster, and Paul Newman’s Datsun #33 Bob Sharp Racing 280ZX Turbo came to XBox’s Forza Motorsports 6, The Hit House revved it to the redline with, “Radium.”

    Whether your love is classic race livery, speed, or size, watch these incredible machines push the limits as “Radium,” transports you to the cockpits from 0-0:58 in this spot.

    The cars of the Turn 10 Summer Car Pack are now available for your download and rubber burning driving pleasure. As always, The Hit House remains on standby for the call to prep a hot track to accelerate your journey.



    Once again the CLIO Key Art Awards are back and The Hit House is honored to have contributed our music composing, arranging, and producing skills for Finalists, ranging from theatrical trailers to commercial and video game spots. The CLIO Key Art Awards are given yearly for outstanding achievement in artwork and promotional materials across movies, TV, and gaming.

    This year our composers Scott Miller, William Hunt, and Dan Diaz were lucky enough to work on Finalist projects including: Suicide Squad, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Game of Thrones, Beauty and The Beast, Pete’s Dragon, Creed, and Angry Birds. Our clients included Buddha Jones, Aspect, Sony Playstation, HBO, TRANSIT, and The Refinery AV who created work for Warner Bros., Sony Interactive Entertainment, HBO, Walt Disney Pictures, and Sony Pictures Entertainment.

    Congratulations to all the nominees, our fellow composers, and music supervisors, on an excellent year of work. Honored to be among them. We are so grateful for the privilege of having worked on the following campaigns that have been judged worthy of being Finalists. See you at the 2016 CLIO Key Arts Award show on October 20, 2016 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Best of luck to all the talented Finalists.

    Pete’s Dragon – “North 60”

    Composers Scott Miller and William Hunt’s original music to fit the “Go North” vocals in this trailer.

    Finalist – TRANSIT for Walt Disney Pictures in Theatrical: Spot – Family/Animation

    Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

    Produced and arranged by Scott Miller, with strings by William Hunt and vocals by Ruby Friedman, our cover of The Pixies’ Where Is My Mind.

    Finalist – Sony Playstation in Games: Audio/Visual Technique – Spot 30 Seconds and Under

    Game of Thrones – “Series Spot”

    Composer Scott Miller’s “Arty Choke” from The Hit House’s comedic Album “Funny Bone Ate.”

    Finalist – HBO in Home Entertainment: Audio/Visual – Spot – 31 Seconds to 60 seconds

    Beauty and The Beast – “Portrait”

    Composer William Hunt’s reimagined trailer music.

    Finalist – Aspect for Walt Disney Pictures in Theatrical: Teaser – Family/Animation

    Creed – “Go For It”

    Composer Dan Diaz’s cue “The Left Hook” for this Creed spot.

    Finalist – The Refinery AV for Warner Bros. in Theatrical: Spot – Drama

    The Angry Birds Movie – Trailer

    Composer William Hunt’s “Plumed Pharaoh” (2:00-2:09), for Mighty Eagle’s entrance.

    Finalist – TRANSIT for Sony Pictures Entertainment in Theatrical: Trailer – Family/Animation

    Suicide Squad – “Rhapsody”

    Composer Scott Miller’s enhancements to Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody.

    Finalist – Buddha Jones for Warner Bros. in Theatrical: Audio/Visual Technique
    Finalist – Aspect for Warner Bros. in Theatrical: Audio/Visual Technique – Music
    Finalist – Aspect for Warner Bros. in Theatrical: Audio/Visual Technique – Editing


    Because dead men tell no tales…

    Disney needed a fitting teaser to release their official trailer, so who better to create the looming hype than The Hit House? Composer and whistler-in-chief Scott Miller created a ominous, foreboding, yet tantalizing tune accompanied by a whistle that hinted at adventures to come.

    Debuting with Fear The Walking Dead on AMC, the Official Trailer for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, premiered on October 2. This sequel tells a tale of Johnny Depp returning to the Pirates franchise as the iconic, swashbuckling anti-hero Jack Sparrow. Led by the death incarnate Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem), a legion of undead ghost sailors escape from the Devil’s Triangle intent on killing every pirate at sea, especially the down-on-his-luck Jack Sparrow. The only hope of survival is with the legendary Trident of Poseidon, which he must find by forging a tenuous alliance with the brilliant and beautiful astronomer Carina Smyth (Kaya Scodelario), as well as a headstrong young Royal Navy sailor Henry (Brenton Thwaites). As the captain of the decrepit and tiny ship the “Dying Gull,” Captain Jack must outwit and ultimately defeat his most deadly and formidable enemy yet.

    Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales drops anchor in the U.S. on May 26, 2017, but before then, let The Hit House tell your vibrant tales as we know best, with music.


    DreamWorks Animation’s Trolls uses The Hit House’s enhancements to “True Colors” in the new Anna Kendrick & Justin Timberlake trailer.

    In a movie about about trolls & happiness, no song fits better than Cyndi Lauper’s “True Colors.” To make the song work for DreamWorks Animation’s newest Trolls trailer, The Hit House’s Scott Miller made enhancements from 1:56-2:11.

    The creators of Shrek, created a smart, funny, & irreverent comedy about the universal search for happiness & the lengths the trolls will go to find it. Poppy, the perpetually optimistic troll, voiced by Anna Kendrick & Branch, the perpetually pessimistic troll, voiced by Justin Timberlake, set off on a rollicking adventure of incredible color to save their friends who have been taken by the evil Bergens. Throughout the movie music becomes the key to their survival as the soundtrack, produced by Timberlake, features five original songs by Timberlake, Ariana Grande, Anna Kendrick & Gwen Stefani, as well as classic hits from the 1960s through the 1980s.

    “I feel music adds so much to animation, it just feels like they belong together,” said Anna Kendrick, as Timberlake enforced its centrality, “It’s the music that rescues them.” The trolls themselves said, “Happiness is inside of all of us, sometimes you just need someone to help you find it.” Next time you need the happy, let The Hit House help you find it.

    Let Dreamwork Animation’s Trolls bring you laughter, tears, & music in theaters on November 4


    For “Summoners War” relaunch Petrol advertising summoned The Hit House.

    When it was time for a massive relaunch of mobile gaming’s biggest name, Petrol advertising couldn’t settle for just any ordinary composer warrior. They needed the mightiest sonic beasts in the game!

    The Hit House’s resident conjurers summoned up a mighty front-to-back score for the new Summoner’s War trailer. Scott Miller and William Hunt carefully crafted the arcane notes made new and the sound design was magically honed by Chad Hughes.

    The Hit House is always ready to go battle when you beckon (just make sure the mini-bar is fully stocked).

    First, for your war your way, you must decide: “Summoners! Who are you with? Team Franco or Team Brie?” Now Download the game free on your phone or tablet here: Summoners War App Download.


    Nobody does Brain Dead quite like The Hit House!

    On a list of The Hit House’s favorite things the top of it would definitely include bad ass classic rock & wandering around half conscious looking for food! So when The Refinery Creative came to us asking for a little help with the trailer for Sony Pictures Screen Gem’s final installment of the Resident Evil Movie franchise, we finished our last bite of brain pizza & grunted “hell yes.”

    Check out Dan Diaz’s bitching percussion accents to Gun N’ Roses’ “Paradise City” & let The Hit House take you home where the guts are red & the girls are busting all kinds of heads.

    Resident Evil: The Final Chapter invades theaters on January 27, 2017.