The Hit House Introduces 'Framework' Sound Design Library

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Music production company The Hit House, based in Los Angeles, introduces its first-ever sound design library, titled Framework, which it created specifically for the motion picture trailer industry.

Framework is a 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 TV show Gotham, and now he has created these one-of-a-kind sounds exclusively for clients of The Hit House.

“The ‘Framework’ project just made sense for us," says Sally House, EP/owner of The Hit House. "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."

Sound Designer Chad Hughes states, “Creating new and interesting sounds for motion pictures is truly my passion. I enjoy storytelling through the use of sound. Hundreds of hours of recording and designing go into the production of a unique library like ‘Framework.’ Hearing the various layers and processing the dynamic impact of these sounds together is always the most rewarding part of the process for me. When approaching a project like this, I usually have a myriad of ideas about how to produce a particular sound I'm hearing in my head. For this collection of design, I'm really proud of how those ideas ended up working so well.

“Sally House and I knew there was a gap in fresh new material that trailer and picture editors were in need of to keep their work current and progressive," Hughes continues. "When she approached me about creating ‘Framework,’ I was very excited at the opportunity. We immediately started brainstorming about what we could do to be innovative to fill that void. We plan on continuing to provide additional top notch, fresh material to the motion picture trailer industry on a regular basis.”

Find more information and visit The Hit House at www.thehithouse.com.