“Framework” Sound Design from the Hit House
A new sound design music album known as “Framework” has been released from The Hit House featuring work solely by composer Chad Hughes. Hughes was willing to answer some questions from TMV regarding his work on the album. Check out the interview below as well as the press release that follows.
TMV: What inspired you to begin composing in general?
TMV: What did you like the most in composing this album for the Hit House?
Hughes: There are hundreds of hours of recording and designing that go into the production of a unique library like this. Hearing the various layers and processing and dynamic impact of these sounds together is always the most rewarding part of the process for me.
TMV: Is there any particular aspect of this album that you are especially proud of?
Hughes: When approaching a project like this I usually have a myriad of ideas of how to produce a particular sound I’m hearing in my head. For this collection of design I’m proud of how those ideas I had ended up working so well. Sometimes my ideas don’t translate into the sound I’m hearing and I need to keep pushing through to find the right source or combination of sounds, but in this case a large majority of the sounds I recorded and combined in the design process fit what set out to create.
TMV: How did you feel when you first learned that you’d be composing for the Hit House?
Hughes: Sally and I have been working together for five plus years prior to the creation of this library. We knew there was a gap in fresh new material trailer and picture editors needed to keep their work current and progressive. When she approached me about it I was very excited at the opportunity and we immediately started brainstorming about what we could do to be innovative and fill that void.
TMV: Are there any additional comments?
Hughes: We plan on continuing to provide top notch and new material on a regular basis for the motion picture trailer industry.
THE HIT HOUSE INTRODUCES “FRAMEWORK,”
COMPANY’S FIRST-EVER SOUND DESIGN LIBRARY
Los Angeles, CA, May 20, 2015 – Top music production company The Hit House is thrilled to introduce “Framework,” its first ever sound design library. This new album was created to fill the very specific needs of the motion picture trailer industry.
“Framework” is an incredible collection of original hits, rises, wooshes, crashes, booms and bangs, and original field recordings written by The Hit House’s three-time Emmy Award nominated sound designer, Chad Hughes. Hughes’ work has recently been featured on the hit TV show “Gotham,” and now he has created these one-of-a-kind sounds exclusively for clients of The Hit House.
Said Sally House, EP/Owner of The Hit House, “The ‘Framework’ project just made sense for us. After all, sound design is also music to our ears. At the Hit House, we’re always striving to deliver every conceivable type of audio that our advertising and trailer clients require. ‘Framework’ is the next step in our growth. Of course, we know there is already a world of sound design out there to choose from. That’s why we wanted to give our clients a unique offering that will help their work stand above the rest.”
About The Hit House:
A premier, multi-award winning, custom music and sound design company in Los Angeles, recent work from The Hit House has also been used in national and global television campaigns for clients such as Netflix, Google, Playstation, Lexus, Jell-O, Porsche, and The Ritz Carlton; in motion picture campaigns for the upcoming films “Pan” and “Ted 2;” and for the recent films “Godzilla,” “Big Hero 6,” “Book of Life,” “Frozen,” “Thor: The Dark World” and “Iron Man 3,” among others.
Hear more at: www.thehithouse.com
Hit House Contact:
The Asbury PR Agency
Beverly Hills, CA